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METAREA IV : The western part of the North Atlantic Ocean eastwards of the North American coast to 35W, from 7N to 67N, including the Gulf of Mexico, the Caribbean Sea and the sea area between 7N and the South American coastline at 430N, and Hudson Bay* and Approaches.
*Inmarsat-C broadcasts to Hudson Bay and Approaches use rectangular area referencing so as to ensure that inmarsat-C receivers aboard vessels navigating outside this area do not display marine forecats messages extraneous to the vessels area of operation.
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HIGH SEAS FORECASTMarch 07 2015 - 03:44:00 UTC
HIGH_SEAS_FORECAST_HUDSON_BAYMarch 07 2015 - 03:01:34 UTC


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