Magadan Time (MAGT) (Russian: Магада́нское вре́мя, Magadanskoye vremya), is a time zone in Russia, named after Magadan, the administrative center of Magadan Oblast. It is 11 hours ahead of UTC (UTC+11) and 8 hours ahead of Moscow Time (MSK+8).
Between 26 October 2014 and 24 April 2016, Magadan Oblast was in UTC+10 (MSK+7), that is Vladivostok Time. During this time, the UTC+11 (MSK+8) time zone was named Srednekolymsk Time, and was used by only 27,000 residents in the eastern districts of the Sakha Republic and northern Kuril Islands.
|Start date||UTC offset||MSK offset|
|From 1924, May 2||UTC+10:00||MSK+8|
|From 1930, Jun 21||UTC+11:00||MSK+8|
|From 1991, Mar 31||UTC+10:00 with DST||MSK+8|
|From 1992, Jan 19||UTC+11:00 with DST||MSK+8|
|From 2011, Mar 27||UTC+12:00||MSK+8|
|From 2014, Oct 26||UTC+10:00||MSK+7|
|From 2016, Apr 24||UTC+11:00||MSK+8|
Areas on Magadan Time
- "New Russian time zones and the corresponding areas from October 26, 2014", World Time Zone, 22 July 2014.
- Russia Changes Time Zone in Magadan, Timeanddate.com, 7 April 2016.
- Time Zones Currently Being Used in Russia, Timeanddate.com.
- Time Zone Database (IANA)