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The Inshore Fishing (Prohibition of Fishing and Fishing Methods) (Scotland) Order 2015

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Article 3

SCHEDULE 1EAST MINGULAY PROTECTED AREA

PART 1DESCRIPTION OF THE EAST MINGULAY PROTECTED AREA

Interpretation

1.  In Part 1 of this Schedule—

  • co-ordinate “A” is 56°52.134′ North latitude and 007°19.976′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “B” is 56°46.941′ North latitude and 007°20.174′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “C” is 56°45.316′ North latitude and 007°20.597′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “D” is 56°44.085′ North latitude and 007°22.547′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “E” is 56°42.513′ North latitude and 007°26.966′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “F” is 56°46.807′ North latitude and 007°29.761′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “G” is 56°48.125′ North latitude and 007°29.311′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “H” is 56°51.383′ North latitude and 007°23.490′ West longitude; and

  • co-ordinate “I” is 56°52.132′ North latitude and 007°21.490′ West longitude.

Description of the East Mingulay Protected Area

2.  The East Mingulay Protected Area is that part of Scottish inshore waters, including the seabed and subsoil, which is enclosed by the boundary lines (the topographical descriptions of which are provided in the third column of the following table) which join in the order given the co-ordinates listed in the second column.

Boundary LineCo-ordinates between which the boundary line extendsTopographical description of boundary line
1.A to BGeodesic line
2.B to CGeodesic line
3.C to DGeodesic line
4.D to EGeodesic line
5.E to FGeodesic line
6.F to GGeodesic line
7.G to HGeodesic line
8.H to IGeodesic line
9.I to AGeodesic line

PART 2DESCRIPTION OF THE INNER EAST MINGULAY PROTECTED AREA

Interpretation

3.  In Part 2 of this Schedule—

  • co-ordinate “J” is 56°48.125′ North latitude and 007°29.311′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “K” is 56°50.188′ North latitude and 007°25.625′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “L” is 56°50.189′ North latitude and 007°21.544′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “M” is 56°49.834′ North latitude and 007°20.952′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “N” is 56°48.571′ North latitude and 007°22.010′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “O” is 56°48.575′ North latitude and 007°23.777′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “P” is 56°47.122′ North latitude and 007°23.773′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “Q” is 56°46.034′ North latitude and 007°25.958′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “R” is 56°44.885′ North latitude and 007°26.203′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “S” is 56°44.436′ North latitude and 007°25.453′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “T” is 56°43.162′ North latitude and 007°25.141′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “U” is 56°42.513′ North latitude and 007°26.966′ West longitude; and

  • co-ordinate “V” is 56°46.807′ North latitude and 007°29.761′ West longitude.

Description of Inner East Mingulay Protected Area

4.  The Inner East Mingulay Protected Area is that part of Scottish inshore waters within the East Mingulay Protected Area, including the seabead and subsoil, which is enclosed by the boundary lines (the topographical descriptions of which are provided in the third column of the following table) which join in the order given the co-ordinates listed in the second column.

Boundary LineCo-ordinates between which the boundary line extendsTopographical description of boundary line
1.J to KGeodesic line
2.K to LGeodesic line
3.L to MGeodesic line
4.M to NGeodesic line
5.N to OGeodesic line
6.O to PGeodesic line
7.P to QGeodesic line
8.Q to RGeodesic line
9.R to SGeodesic line
10.S to TGeodesic line
11.T to UGeodesic line
12.U to VGeodesic line
13.V to JGeodesic line

Article 4

SCHEDULE 2LOCH CRERAN PROTECTED AREA

PART 1DESCRIPTION OF THE LOCH CRERAN PROTECTED AREA

Interpretation

1.  In Part 1 of this Schedule—

  • co-ordinate “A” is 56°32.347′ North latitude and 005°25.078′ West longitude; and

  • co-ordinate “B” is 56°32.083′ North latitude and 005°25.054′ West longitude.

Description of the Loch Creran Protected Area

2.  The Loch Creran Protected Area is that part of Scottish inshore waters, including the seabed and subsoil, which is enclosed by the boundary lines (the topographical descriptions of which are provided in the third column of the following table) which join in the order given the co-ordinates listed in the second column.

Boundary LineCo-ordinates between which the boundary line extendsTopographical description of boundary line
1.A to BLine following the mean low water spring mark
2.B to AGeodesic line

PART 2DESCRIPTION OF THE LOCH CRERAN FIRST CREEL FISHING EXCEPTED AREA

Interpretation

3.  In Part 2 of this Schedule—

  • co-ordinate “C” is 56°31.512′ North latitude and 005°23.668′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “D” is 56°31.345′ North latitude and 005°22.950′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “E” is 56°31.453′ North latitude and 005°22.434′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “F” is 56°31.306′ North latitude and 005°22.043′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “G” is 56°31.944′ North latitude and 005°19.998′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “H” is 56°32.630′ North latitude and 005°19.348′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “I” is 56°32.967′ North latitude and 005°18.255′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “J” is 56°32.672′ North latitude and 005°18.205′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “K” is 56°32.115′ North latitude and 005°18.790′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “L” is 56°31.333′ North latitude and 005°20.756′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “M” is 56°31.271′ North latitude and 005°21.537′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “N” is 56°30.921′ North latitude and 005°22.547′ West longitude; and

  • co-ordinate “O” is 56°31.294′ North latitude and 005°23.682′ West longitude.

Description of the Loch Creran First Creel Fishing Excepted Area

4.  The Loch Creran First Creel Fishing Excepted Area is that part of Scottish inshore waters within the Loch Creran Protected Area, including the seabed and subsoil, which is enclosed by the boundary lines (the topographical descriptions of which are provided in the third column of the following table) which join in the order given the co-ordinates listed in the second column.

Boundary LineCo-ordinates between which the boundary line extendsTopographical description of boundary line
1.C to DGeodesic line
2.D to EGeodesic line
3.E to FGeodesic line
4.F to GGeodesic line
5.G to HGeodesic line
6.H to IGeodesic line
7.I to JGeodesic line
8.J to KGeodesic line
9.K to LGeodesic line
10.L to MGeodesic line
11.M to NGeodesic line
12.N to OGeodesic line
13.O to CGeodesic line

PART 3DESCRIPTION OF THE LOCH CRERAN SECOND CREEL FISHING EXCEPTED AREA

Interpretation

5.  In Part 3 of this Schedule—

  • co-ordinate “P” is 56°32.959′ North latitude and 005°16.420′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “Q” is 56°33.154′ North latitude and 005°15.795′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “R” is 56°33.025′ North latitude and 005°15.354′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “S” is 56°32.931′ North latitude and 005°15.342′ West longitude; and

  • co-ordinate “T” is 56°32.805′ North latitude and 005°16.273′ West longitude.

Description of the Loch Creran Second Creel Fishing Excepted Area

6.  The Loch Creran Second Creel Fishing Excepted Area is that part of Scottish inshore waters within the Loch Creran Protected Area, including the seabed and subsoil, which is enclosed by the boundary lines (the topographical descriptions of which are provided in the third column of the following table) which join in the order given the co-ordinates listed in the second column.

Boundary LineCo-ordinates between which the boundary line extendsTopographical description of boundary line
1.P to QGeodesic line
2.Q to RGeodesic line
3.R to SGeodesic line
4.S to TGeodesic line
5.T to PGeodesic line

Article 5

SCHEDULE 3LOCH LAXFORD PROTECTED AREA

Interpretation

1.  In this Schedule—

  • co-ordinate “A” is 58°24.752′ North latitude and 005°08.438′ West longitude; and

  • co-ordinate “B” is 58°25.744′ North latitude and 005°07.321′ West longitude.

Description of the Loch Laxford Protected Area

2.  The Loch Laxford Protected Area is that part of Scottish inshore waters, including the seabed and subsoil, which is enclosed by the boundary lines (the topographical descriptions of which are provided in the third column of the following table) which join in the order given the co-ordinates listed in the second column.

Boundary LineCo-ordinates between which the boundary line extendsTopographical description of boundary line
1.A to BLine following the mean low water spring mark
2.B to AGeodesic line

Article 6

SCHEDULE 4LOCH SWEEN PROTECTED AREA

PART 1DESCRIPTION OF THE LOCH SWEEN PROTECTED AREA

Interpretation

1.  In Part 1 of this Schedule—

  • co-ordinate “A” is 55°54.226′ North latitude and 005°45.174′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “B” is 55°57.001′ North latitude and 005°43.510′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “C” is 55°57.853′ North latitude and 005°42.450′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “D” is 55°53.198′ North latitude and 005°41.053′ West longitude; and

  • co-ordinate “E” is 55°53.204′ North latitude and 005°41.084′ West longitude.

Description of the Loch Sween Protected Area

2.  The Loch Sween Protected Area is that part of Scottish inshore waters, including the seabed and subsoil, which is enclosed by the boundary lines (the topographical descriptions of which are provided in the third column of the following table) which join in the order given the co-ordinates listed in the second column.

Boundary LineCo-ordinates between which the boundary line extendsTopographical description of boundary line
1.A to BGeodesic line
2.B to CGeodesic line
3.C to DLine following the mean high water spring mark
4.D to EGeodesic line
5.E to AGeodesic line

PART 2DESCRIPTION OF THE LOCH SWEEN EXCEPTED AREA

Interpretation

3.  In Part 2 of this Schedule—

  • co-ordinate “F” is 55°54.226′ North latitude and 005°45.174′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “G” is 55°57.001′ North latitude and 005°43.510′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “H” is 55°57.853′ North latitude and 005°42.450′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “I” is 55°56.910′ North latitude and 005°42.829′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “J” is 55°55.950′ North latitude and 005°42.810′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “K” is 55°54.920′ North latitude and 005°41.202′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “L” is 55°53.198′ North latitude and 005°41.053′ West longitude; and

  • co-ordinate “M” is 55°53.204′ North latitude and 005°41.084′ West longitude.

Description of the Loch Sween Excepted Area

4.  The Loch Sween Excepted Area is that part of Scottish inshore waters within the Loch Sween Protected Area, including the seabed and subsoil, which is enclosed by the boundary lines (the topographical descriptions of which are provided in the third column of the following table) which join in the order given the co-ordinates listed in the second column.

Boundary LineCo-ordinates between which the boundary line extendsTopographical description of boundary line
1.F to GGeodesic line
2.G to HGeodesic line
3.H to ILine following the mean high water spring mark
4.I to JGeodesic line
5.J to KGeodesic line
6.K to LLine following the mean high water spring mark
7.L to MGeodesic line
8.M to FGeodesic line

Article 7

SCHEDULE 5LOCH SUNART PROTECTED AREA

PART 1DESCRIPTION OF THE LOCH SUNART PROTECTED AREA

Interpretation

1.  In Part 1 of this Schedule—

  • co-ordinate “A” is 56°40.798′ North latitude and 006°01.803′ West longitude; and

  • co-ordinate “B” is 56°39.030′ North latitude and 006°00.165′ West longitude.

Description of the Loch Sunart Protected Area

2.  The Loch Sunart Protected Area is that part of Scottish inshore waters, including the seabed and subsoil, which is enclosed by the boundary lines (the topographical descriptions of which are provided in the third column of the following table) which join in the order given the co-ordinates listed in the second column.

Boundary LineCo-ordinates between which the boundary line extendsTopographical description of boundary line
1.A to BLine following the mean low water spring mark
2.B to AGeodesic line

PART 2DESCRIPTION OF THE LOCH SUNART CREEL FISHING EXCEPTED AREA

Interpretation

3.  In Part 2 of this Schedule—

  • co-ordinate “C” is 56°40.798′ North latitude and 006°01.803′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “D” is 56°38.316′ North latitude and 005°51.911′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “E” is 56°38.265′ North latitude and 005°51.936′ West longitude; and

  • co-ordinate “F” is 56°39.030′ North latitude and 006°00.165′ West longitude.

Description of the Loch Sunart Creel Fishing Excepted Area

4.  The Loch Sunart Creel Fishing Excepted Area is that part of Scottish inshore waters within the Loch Sunart Protected Area, including the seabed and the subsoil, which is enclosed by the boundary lines (the topographical descriptions of which are provided in the third column of the following table) which join in the order given the co-ordinates listed in the second column.

Boundary LineCo-ordinates between which the boundary line extendsTopographical description of boundary line
1.C to DLine following the mean low water spring mark
2.D to EGeodesic line
3.E to FLine following the mean low water spring mark
4.F to CGeodesic line

Article 8

SCHEDULE 6SOUTHERN INNER SOUND PROTECTED AREA

PART 1DESCRIPTION OF THE SOUTHERN INNER SOUND PROTECTED AREA

Interpretation

1.  In this Schedule—

  • co-ordinate “A” is 57°28.234′ North latitude and 005°52.321′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “B” is 57°07.104′ North latitude and 005°43.349′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “C” is 57°08.598′ North latitude and 005°46.821′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “D” is 57°18.706′ North latitude and 006°03.048′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “E” is 57°19.688′ North latitude and 006°03.017′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “F” is 57°24.184′ North latitude and 006°01.147′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “G” is 57°24.184′ North latitude and 005°55.667′ West longitude; and

  • co-ordinate “H” is 57°28.234′ North latitude and 005°52.548′ West longitude.

Description of the Southern Inner Sound Protected Area

2.  The Southern Inner Sound Protected Area is that part of Scottish inshore waters, including the seabed and subsoil, which is enclosed by the boundary lines (the topographical descriptions of which are provided in the third column of the following table) which join in the order given the co-ordinates listed in the second column.

Boundary LineCo-ordinates between which the boundary line extendsTopographical description of boundary line
1.A to BLine following the mean low water spring mark
2.B to CGeodesic line
3.C to DLine following the mean low water spring mark
4.D to EGeodesic line
5.E to FLine following the mean low water spring mark
6.F to GGeodesic line
7.G to HGeodesic line
8.H to AGeodesic line

PART 2DESCRIPTION OF THE LOCHS DUICH, LONG AND ALSH ADDITIONAL PROTECTED AREA

Interpretation

3.  In this Schedule—

  • co-ordinate “I” is 57°16.872′ North latitude and 005°43.977′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “J” is 57°13.548′ North latitude and 005°39.131′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “K” is 57°13.525′ North latitude and 005°39.724′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “L” is 57°16.430′ North latitude and 005°45.136′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “M” is 57°16.491′ North latitude and 005°45.164′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “N” is 57°16.586′ North latitude and 005°45.710′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “O” is 57°16.630′ North latitude and 005°45.836′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “P” is 57°16.711′ North latitude and 005°46.062′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “Q” is 57°16.872′ North latitude and 005°46.004′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “R” is 57°16.988′ North latitude and 005°45.720′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “S” is 57°17.000′ North latitude and 005°45.494′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “T” is 57°16.918′ North latitude and 005°45.281′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “U” is 57°16.767′ North latitude and 005°44.905′ West longitude; and

  • co-ordinate “V” is 57°16.850′ North latitude and 005°44.335′ West longitude.

Description of the Lochs Duich, Long and Alsh Additional Protected Area

4.  The Lochs Duich, Long and Alsh Additional Protected Area is that part of Scottish inshore waters within the Southern Inner Sound Protected Area, including the seabed and subsoil, which is enclosed by the boundary lines (the topographical descriptions of which are provided in the third column of the following table) which join in the order given the co-ordinates listed in the second column.

Boundary LineCo-ordinates between which the boundary line extendsTopographical description of boundary line
1.I to JLine following the mean low water spring mark
2.J to KGeodesic line
3.K to LLine following the mean low water spring mark
4.L to MGeodesic line
5.M to NGeodesic line
6.N to OGeodesic line
7.O to PGeodesic line
8.P to QGeodesic line
9.Q to RGeodesic line
10.R to SGeodesic line
11.S to TGeodesic line
12.T to UGeodesic line
13.U to VGeodesic line
14.V to IGeodesic line

Article 9

SCHEDULE 7NOSS HEAD AND SINCLAIR BAY PROTECTED AREA

Interpretation

1.  In this Schedule—

  • co-ordinate “A” is 58°38.643′ North latitude and 003°01.468′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “B” is 58°38.644′ North latitude and 002°60.000′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “C” is 58°28.744′ North latitude and 003°00.001′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “D” is 58°28.744′ North latitude and 003°01.165′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “E” is 58°27.200′ North latitude and 003°00.356′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “F” is 58°26.170′ North latitude and 003°00.625′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “G” is 58°26.103′ North latitude and 003°01.311′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “H” is 58°26.971′ North latitude and 003°01.886′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “I” is 58°28.027′ North latitude and 003°02.002′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “J” is 58°28.744′ North latitude and 003°02.467′ West longitude; and

  • co-ordinate “K” is 58°28.745′ North latitude and 003°03.014′ West longitude;

Description of the Noss Head and Sinclair Bay Protected Area

2.  The Noss Head and Sinclair Bay Protected Area is that part of Scottish inshore waters, including the seabed and subsoil, which is enclosed by the boundary lines (the topographical descriptions of which are provided in the third column of the following table) which join in the order given the co-ordinates listed in the second column.

Boundary LineCo-ordinates between which the boundary line extendsTopographical description of boundary line
1.A to BGeodesic line
2.B to CGeodesic line
3.C to DGeodesic line
4.D to EGeodesic line
5.E to FGeodesic line
6.F to GGeodesic line
7.G to HGeodesic line
8.H to IGeodesic line
9.I to JGeodesic line
10.J to KGeodesic line
11.K to ALine following the mean low water spring mark

Article 10

SCHEDULE 8SANDAY PROTECTED AREA

Interpretation

1.  In this Schedule—

  • co-ordinate “A” is 59°17.668′ North latitude and 002°36.917′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “B” is 59°17.686′ North latitude and 002°37.961′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “C” is 59°18.976′ North latitude and 002°37.952′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “D” is 59°18.976′ North latitude and 002°37.069′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “E” is 59°18.974′ North latitude and 002°36.062′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “F” is 59°19.273′ North latitude and 002°35.167′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “G” is 59°19.970′ North latitude and 002°33.080′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “H” is 59°19.967′ North latitude and 002°24.088′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “I” is 59°16.971′ North latitude and 002°21.737′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “J” is 59°15.971′ North latitude and 002°21.727′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “K” is 59°15.972′ North latitude and 002°26.082′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “L” is 59°12.466′ North latitude and 002°30.090′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “M” is 59°12.471′ North latitude and 002°37.080′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “N” is 59°12.972′ North latitude and 002°37.082′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “O” is 59°13.931′ North latitude and 002°37.078′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “P” is 59°13.934′ North latitude and 002°36.404′ West longitude; and

  • co-ordinate “Q” is 59°13.904′ North latitude and 002°36.369′ West longitude.

Description of the Sanday Protected Area

2.  The Sanday Protected Area is that part of Scottish inshore waters, including the seabed and subsoil, which is enclosed by the boundary lines (the topographical descriptions of which are provided in the third column of the following table) which join in the order given the co-ordinates listed in the second column.

Boundary LineCo-ordinates between which the boundary line extendsTopographical description of boundary line
1.A to BGeodesic line
2.B to CGeodesic line
3.C to DGeodesic line
4.D to EGeodesic line
5.E to FGeodesic line
6.F to GGeodesic line
7.G to HGeodesic line
8.H to IGeodesic line
9.I to JGeodesic line
10.J to KGeodesic line
11.K to LGeodesic line
12.L to MGeodesic line
13.M to NGeodesic line
14.N to OGeodesic line
15.O to PGeodesic line
16.P to QGeodesic line
17.Q to ALine following the mean high water spring mark

Article 11

SCHEDULE 9ST KILDA PROTECTED AREA

Interpretation

1.  In this Schedule—

  • co-ordinate “A” is 57°45.937′ North latitude and 008°25.836′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “B” is 57°45.980′ North latitude and 008°30.192′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “C” is 57°45.954′ North latitude and 008°41.913′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “D” is 57°54.549′ North latitude and 008°41.946′ West longitude; and

  • co-ordinate “E” is 57°54.519′ North latitude and 008°25.780′ West longitude.

Description of the St Kilda Protected Area

2.  The St Kilda Protected Area is that part of Scottish inshore waters, including the seabed and subsoil, which is enclosed by the boundary lines (the topographical descriptions of which are provided in the third column of the following table) which join in the order given the co-ordinates listed in the second column.

Boundary LineCo-ordinates between which the boundary line extendsTopographical description of boundary line
1.A to BGeodesic line
2.B to CGeodesic line
3.C to DGeodesic line
4.D to EGeodesic line
5.E to AGeodesic line

Article 12

SCHEDULE 10TRESHNISH ISLES PROTECTED AREA

Interpretation

1.  In this Schedule—

  • co-ordinate “A” is 56°31.916′ North latitude and 006°23.595′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “B” is 56°31.106′ North latitude and 006°21.223′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “C” is 56°28.139′ North latitude and 006°25.315′ West longitude; and

  • co-ordinate “D” is 56°29.067′ North latitude and 006°27.601′ West longitude.

Description of the Treshnish Isles Protected Area

2.  The Treshnish Isles Protected Area is that part of Scottish inshore waters, including the seabed and subsoil, which is enclosed by the boundary lines (the topographical descriptions of which are provided in the third column of the following table) which join in the order given the co-ordinates listed in the second column.

Boundary LineCo-ordinates between which the boundary line extendsTopographical description of boundary line
1.A to BGeodesic line
2.B to CGeodesic line
3.C to DGeodesic line
4.D to AGeodesic line

Article 13

SCHEDULE 11UPPER LOCH FYNE PROTECTED AREA

PART 1DESCRIPTION OF THE UPPER LOCH FYNE PROTECTED AREA

Interpretation

1.  In Part 1 of this Schedule—

  • co-ordinate “A” is 55°59.827′ North latitude and 005°23.340′ West longitude; and

  • co-ordinate “B” is 55°59.762′ North latitude and 005°20.512′ West longitude.

Description of the Upper Loch Fyne Protected Area

2.  The Upper Loch Fyne Protected Area is that part of Scottish inshore waters, including the seabed and subsoil, which is enclosed by the boundary lines (the topographical descriptions of which are provided in the third column of the following table) which join in the order given the co-ordinates listed in the second column.

Boundary LineCo-ordinates between which the boundary line extendsTopographical description of boundary line
1.A to BLine following the mean low water spring mark
2.B to AGeodesic line

PART 2DESCRIPTION OF THE UPPER LOCH FYNE EXCEPTED AREA

Interpretation

3.  In Part 2 of this Schedule—

  • co-ordinate “C” is 56°03.451′ North latitude and 005°18.961′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “D” is 56°13.161′ North latitude and 005°05.007′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “E” is 56°12.412′ North latitude and 005°03.709′ West longitude; and

  • co-ordinate “F” is 56°03.036′ North latitude and 005°17.341′ West longitude.

Description of the Upper Loch Fyne Excepted Area

4.  The Upper Loch Fyne Excepted Area is that part of Scottish inshore waters within the Upper Loch Fyne Protected Area, including the seabed and subsoil, which is enclosed by the boundary lines (the topographical descriptions of which are provided in the third column of the following table) which join in the order given the co-ordinates listed in the second column.

Boundary LineCo-ordinates between which the boundary line extendsTopographical description of boundary line
1.C to DLine following the mean low water spring mark
2.D to EGeodesic line
3.E to FLine following the mean low water spring mark
4.F to CGeodesic line

PART 3DESCRIPTION OF THE UPPER LOCH FYNE ADDITIONAL FLAME SHELL PROTECTED AREA

Interpretation

5.  In Part 3 of this Schedule—

  • co-ordinate “G” is 55°59.827′ North latitude and 005°23.340′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “H” is 56°01.338′ North latitude and 005°20.712′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “I” is 56°00.501′ North latitude and 005°19.483′ West longitude; and

  • co-ordinate “J” is 55°59.762′ North latitude and 005°20.512′ West longitude.

Description of the Upper Loch Fyne Additional Flame Shell Protected Area

6.  The Upper Loch Fyne Additional Flame Shell Protected Area is that part of Scottish inshore waters within the Upper Loch Fyne Protected Area, including the seabed and subsoil, which is enclosed by the boundary lines (the topographical descriptions of which are provided in the third column of the following table) which join in the order given the co-ordinates listed in the second column.

Boundary LineCo-ordinates between which the boundary line extendsTopographical description of boundary line
1.G to HLine following the mean low water spring mark
2.H to IGeodesic line
3.I to JLine following the mean low water spring mark
4.J to GGeodesic line

Article 14

SCHEDULE 12LOCH GOIL PROTECTED AREA

PART 1DESCRIPTION OF THE LOCH GOIL PROTECTED AREA

Interpretation

1.  In Part 1 of this Schedule—

  • co-ordinate “A” is 56°06.067′ North latitude and 004°51.639′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “B” is 56°06.071′ North latitude and 004°51.399′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “C” is 56°05.743′ North latitude and 004°51.760′ West longitude; and

  • co-ordinate “D” is 56°05.540′ North latitude and 004°52.508′ West longitude.

Description of the Loch Goil Protected Area

2.  The Loch Goil Protected Area is that part of Scottish inshore waters, including the seabed and subsoil, which is enclosed by the boundary lines (the topographical descriptions of which are provided in the third column of the following table) which join in the order given the co-ordinates listed in the second column.

Boundary LineCo-ordinates between which the boundary line extendsTopographical description of boundary line
1.A to BGeodesic line
2.B to CGeodesic line
3.C to DGeodesic line
4.D to ALine following the mean low water spring mark

PART 2DESCRIPTION OF THE LOCH GOIL EXCEPTED AREA

Interpretation

3.  In Part 2 of this Schedule—

  • co-ordinate “E” is 56°05.863′ North latitude and 004°51.627′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “F” is 56°05.743′ North latitude and 004°51.760′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “G” is 56°05.565′ North latitude and 004°52.416′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “H” is 56°05.811′ North latitude and 004°52.601′ West longitude; and

  • co-ordinate “I” is 56°06.140′ North latitude and 004°52.187′ West longitude.

Description of the Loch Goil Excepted Area

4.  The Loch Goil Excepted Area is that part of Scottish inshore waters within the Loch Goil Protected Area, including the seabed and subsoil, which is enclosed by the boundary lines (the topographical descriptions of which are provided in the third column of the following table) which join in the order given the co-ordinates listed in the second column.

Boundary LineCo-ordinates between which the boundary line extendsTopographical description of boundary line
1.E to FGeodesic line
2.F to GGeodesic line
3.G to HGeodesic line
4.H to IGeodesic line
5.I to EGeodesic line

Article 15

SCHEDULE 13WYRE AND ROUSAY SOUNDS PROTECTED AREA

Interpretation

1.  In this Schedule—

  • co-ordinate “A” is 59°10.694′ North latitude and 002°55.249′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “B” is 59°10.277′ North latitude and 002°55.478′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “C” is 59°10.239′ North latitude and 002°55.527′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “D” is 59°07.317′ North latitude and 002°55.113′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “E” is 59°07.133′ North latitude and 002°57.047′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “F” is 59°06.713′ North latitude and 003°00.653′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “G” is 59°06.610′ North latitude and 003°01.729′ West longitude;

  • co-ordinate “H” is 59°07.593′ North latitude and 003°02.084′ West longitude; and

  • co-ordinate “I” is 59°10.795′ North latitude and 002°57.145′ West longitude;

Description of the Wyre and Rousay Sounds Protected Area

2.  The Wyre and Rousay Sounds Protected Area is that part of Scottish inshore waters, including the seabed and subsoil, which is enclosed by the boundary lines (the topographical descriptions of which are provided in the third column of the following table) which join in the order given the co-ordinates listed in the second column.

Boundary LineCo-ordinates between which the boundary line extendsTopographical description of boundary line
1.A to BLine following the mean low water spring mark
2.B to CGeodesic line
3.C to DLine following the mean low water spring mark
4.D to EGeodesic line
5.E to FLine following the mean low water spring mark
6.F to GGeodesic line
7.G to HGeodesic line
8.H to ILine following the mean low water spring mark
9.I to AGeodesic line

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