IALA

Clearance time to enter port

Details:

Table 7.1
Clearance time to enter port (addressed)

Parameter No of bits Description
Message ID 6 Identifier for Message 6, always 6.
Repeat Indicator 2 Used by the repeater to indicate how many times a message has been repeated.
0 – 3
0 = default
3 = do not repeat anymore
Source ID 30 MMSI number of source station.
Sequence Number 2 0 – 3; refer to ITU-R M.1371-3, Annex 2, § 5.3.1.
Destination ID 30 MMSI number of destination station.
Retransmit Flag 1 Retransmit flag should be set upon retransmission.
0 = no retransmission = default
1 = retransmitted
Spare 1 Not used. Set to zero.
IAI 16  DAC = 001; FI = 18
Message Linkage ID 10 A source specific running number, unique across all binary messages equipped with Message Linkage ID. Used to link additional information to the message by a Text Description message. The Message Linkage ID and the first six digits of the source MMSI uniquely identify the sent message.
1 – 1,023
0 = not available = default
Clearance date/time to
enter port
  UTC date and time.
UTC Month 4 1 – 12
0 = not available = default
UTC Day 5 1 – 31
0 = not available = default
UTC Hour 5 0 – 23
24 = not available = default
UTC Minute 6 0 – 59
60 = not available = default
Name of port and berth 120 Name of the port and berth. Maximum 20 characters 6 bits ASCII as defined in ITU-R M. 1371-3, Table 44.
“@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@” = not available = default
Destination 30 UN LOCODE; 5 characters 6 bits ASCII
“@@@@@” = not available = default
Longitude 25 Longitude in 1/1,000 min, ±180 degrees as per 2’s complement (East = positive, West = negative).
181 = not available = default
Latitude 24 Latitude in 1/1,000 min, ±90 degrees as per 2’s complement (North = positive, South = negative).
91 degrees = not available = default
Spare 43 Not used. Set to zero.
Total 360 Occupies 2 slots