Government of Canada

Fisheries and Oceans
Canada
Pêches et Ocèans
Canada
 
eastern title
  MONTHLY EDITION N° 09
September 25th, 2015




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Published Monthly by the

CANADIAN COAST GUARD

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CONTENTS
   

Page

Section 1
Safety and General Information

1 - 5

Section 2
Chart Corrections

6 - 8

Section 3
Radio Aids to Marine Navigation Corrections

9 - 20

Section 4
Sailing Directions and Small Craft Guide Corrections

21 - 22

Section 5
List of Lights, Buoys and Fog signals Corrections

23 - 25



Maritime Services Directorate
Aids to Navigation

Fisheries and Oceans Canada - Official publication of the Canadian Coast Guard

 
Government of Canada / Gouvernement du Canada

 

EXPLANATORY NOTES

Geographical positions refer directly to the graduations of the largest scale Canadian Hydrographic chart unless otherwise indicated.

Bearings  refer to the true compass and are measured clockwise from 000° (North) clockwise to 359°; those relating to lights are from seaward.

Visibility of lights is that in clear weather.

Depths  - The units used for soundings (metres, fathoms or feet) are stated in the title of each chart.

Elevations   are normally given above Higher High Water, Large Tides unless otherwise indicated.

Distances  may be calculated as follows:

1 nautical mile = 1 852 metres (6,076.1 feet)
1 statute mile = 1 609.3 metres (5,280 feet)
1 metre = 3.28 feet

Temporary & Preliminary Notices are indicated by a (T) or a (P) before the chart action and in the section 1. Please note that Nautical charts are not amended by the Canadian Hydrographic Service for Temporary (T) and Preliminary (P) Notices. It is recommended that mariners chart these corrections in pencil. Listing of charts affected by Temporary and Preliminary Notices are revised and promulgated quarterly in Section 1 of the Monthly Edition.

Please note that, in addition to the temporary and preliminary changes normally advertised as (T) and (P) Notices, there are a few permanent changes to navigational aids that have been advertised as Preliminary Notices to Mariners while charts are being updated for new editions.

Marine Information Report & Suggestion Sheet -  Mariners are requested to notify the responsible authorities when new or suspected dangers to navigation are discovered, changes observed in aids to navigation or corrections to publications are seen to be necessary. Such communications can be made using the Marine Information Report & Suggestion Sheet inserted on the last page of each monthly edition of Notices to Mariners.

Canadian Hydrographic Service - Information Published in Section 2 Notices to Mariners -  Mariners are advised that only the most critical changes that directly affect safety to navigation are issued in Chart Corrections - Section 2. This limitation is required to ensure that charts remain as clear and easy to read as possible. As a result, mariners may see minor discrepancies of a non-critical nature between information in official publications. For example, a small change in the nominal range or height of a light may not result in the production of a chart correction, in Notices to Mariners,  but may result in a List of Lights, Buoys and Fog Signals  correction.

In case of discrepancy between information provided on CHS charts related to aids to navigation, and the List of Lights publication, the latter shall be deemed as containing the most up to date information

Canadian Nautical Charts & Publications -  A source list of Canadian Nautical Charts & Publications is published in Notice No. 14  of the Notices to Mariners Annual Edition April 2011. The source supply and the prices effective at the time of printing are listed. For current chart edition dates refer to the following web site: http://www.chs-shc.gc.ca/charts-cartes/paper-papier/index-eng.asp

NOTE: Cette publication est aussi disponible en français.

 

CHART CORRECTIONS - SECTION 2

 

Corrections to nautical charts will be listed in numeric order by chart number. Each chart correction listed applies only to that particular chart. Related charts, if any, will have their own specific correction listed separately.

Users should also refer to CHS Chart 1 Symbols, Abbreviations Terms for additional information pertaining to the correction of charts.

The illustration below describes the elements that will comprise a typical Section 2 chart correction.

 

elements of section 2

 

The last correction number is identified with the LNM/D  or Last Notice to Mariners Number / Date. This number is expressed in either old notice number format (ex.: 594/99) or in day-month-year format which is the date known as the weekly chart correction date shown in the above diagram as item (8).

MONTHLY EDITION OF NOTICES TO MARINERS

WEB ACCESS

We are offering a feature where subscribers to our on-line service are able to receive the complete electronic monthly edition of our Notices to Mariners. We are encouraging our clients to visit the web site to subscribe for this service:
http://www.notmar.gc.ca/subscribe/

Users wishing to receive information updates for their charts can do so by setting up a ’User Profile’ on the following web page http://www.notmar.gc.ca/search/mycharts-eng.php?czoxOToibnRtPXN0ZXBfb25lJmxhbmc9ZSI7

This feature permits users to register the nautical charts they currently have in their possession. Registrants are then automatically notified by e-mail when a Notice to Mariners is published concerning these charts.



ADVISORY

NOTICES TO SHIPPING (WRITTEN AND BROADCAST)

The Canadian Coast Guard is implementing a number of changes to the aids to navigation system in Canada.

These changes are advertised as Notices to Shipping (Broadcast and Written) by the Canadian Coast Guard and are followed up with Notices to Mariners, then charts are updated by hand correction, reprints or new editions.

Mariners are advised that all relevant Written Notices to Shipping should be kept until superseded by Notices to Mariners or through revised charts issued by the Canadian Hydrographic Service.

Written Notices to Shipping are available on the Canadian Coast Guard Website at: www.ccg-gcc.gc.ca/eng/CCG/NOTSHIP.

The Canadian Hydrographic Service is reviewing the impact of these changes with the Canadian Coast Guard and together we are preparing an action plan on the issuing of chart revisions.

For further information contact your local Regional Notices to Shipping (NOTSHIP) issuing authorities.

 

Newfoundland

*Fisheries and Oceans Canada
Canadian Coast Guard
Port aux Basques MCTS Centre
49 Stadium Road
P.O. Box 99
PORT AUX BASQUES, NL A0M 1C0
Telephone : (709) 695-2168
Facsimile : (709) 695-7784
Email :notshippax@dfo-mpo.gc.ca
Website: www.ccg-gcc.gc.ca/e30407
Maritimes

*Fisheries and Oceans Canada
Canadian Coast Guard
Sydney MCTS Centre
1190 Westmount Road
SYDNEY, N.S, B1R 2J6
Telephone: (902) 564-7751 or 1-800-686-8676
Facsimile: (902) 564-2446
Email :notshipssyd@mar.dfo-mpo.gc.ca
Website: www.ccg-gcc.gc.ca/e30406
Quèbec

*Fisheries and Oceans Canada
Canadian Coast Guard
Les Escoumins MCTS Centre
5 Otis street,
LES ESCOUMINS, QC
G0T 1K0
Telephone: (418) 233-2308
Facsimile: (418) 233-3299
Email :Opsavis@dfo-mpo.gc.ca
Websites :www.marinfo.gc.ca;
Websites :www.marinfo.gc.ca/en/avisecrits/index.asp;
Websites : http://www.ccg-gcc.gc.ca/eng/CCG/Notship-Home
Central & Arctic

*Fisheries and Oceans Canada
Canadian Coast Guard
Marine Communications and Traffic Services
Notices to Shipping Series "C"
401 King Street West
PRESCOTT, ON K0E 1T0
Telephone (613) 925-0666 or 1-800 265 0237
Facsimile: (613) 925-4519
Email :NotshipC&A@DFO-MPO.GC.CA
Website: www.ccg-gcc.gc.ca/eng/CCG/Notship-Home

*Fisheries and Oceans Canada
Canadian Coast Guard
Iqaluit MCTS Centre
Notices to Shipping Series "A" and Series “H”
P.O. Box 189
IQALUIT NU X0A 0H0
Telephone: (867) 979-5269
Facsimile: (867) 979-4264
Email :IQANORDREG@INNAV.GC.CA
Website: www.ccg-gcc.gc.ca/eng/CCG/Notship-Home

* Services provided in English and French

 




INDEX


CANADIAN HYDROGRAPHIC SERVICE - ANNOUNCEMENT REGARDING CANADIAN HYDROGRAPHIC SERVICE CHART PATCHES
1
CANADIAN HYDROGRAPHIC SERVICE - CUMULATIVE CHART CORRECTIONS 1
CANADIAN HYDROGRAPHIC SERVICE - CURRENT CHART EDITION DATES 1
CANADIAN HYDROGRAPHIC SERVICE - PRINT ON DEMAND CHARTS - CARE AND USE 1
CANADIAN HYDROGRAPHIC SERVICE - TRANSPORT CANADA NAVIGATION SAFETY – ECDIS 2
UPDATE TO CONSOLIDATION OF MARINE COMMUNICATIONS AND TRAFFIC SERVICES (MCTS) CENTRES 2
SAGUENAY-ST. LAWRENCE MARINE PARK AND SURROUNDING WATERS - WHALE PROTECTION 2
TRANSPORT CANADA - RESTRICTED SPEED AREA - ST. CLAIR AND DETROIT RIVER. 4
CANADIAN COAST GUARD PUBLICATION - RADIO AIDS TO MARINE NAVIGATION (ATLANTIC, ST. LAWRENCE, GREAT LAKES, LAKE WINNIPEG AND EASTERN ARCTIC) PUBLICATION – 2014 - THE COMMERCIAL PUBLIC CORRESPONDENCE SERVICE

4
ERRATUM: REFERENCE NOTICE 808P/2015 4
*901 CANADIAN HYDROGRAPHIC SERVICE - NAUTICAL CHARTS. 4
*902 CANADIAN HYDROGRAPHIC SERVICE - ELECTRONIC NAVIGATIONAL CHART. 4
*903 TRANSPORT CANADA – SHIP SAFETY BULLETIN. 5
*904(P) WEDGPORT AND THE VICINITY- ADVERTISEMENT OF PROPOSED CHANGE 5
*905 CANADIAN HYDROGRAPHIC SERVICE - SAILING DIRECTIONS BOOKLET- CEN 306- GEORGIAN BAY, SECOND EDITION, 2015 IS NOW AVAILABLE AS A PRINT ON DEMAND (POD). 5
*906 RADIO AIDS TO MARINE NAVIGATION 2015 (ATLANTIC, ST. LAWRENCE, GREAT LAKES, LAKE WINNIPEG AND ARCTIC) 9



NUMERICAL INDEX OF CANADIAN CHARTS AFFECTED.
Chart No. Page Chart No. Page Chart No. Page
2110 6 4210 4 4463 6
2120 6 4241 4 4841 4
2123 6 4244 5 4909 7, 8
4114 4 4430 4 7920 4
4116 6 4449 6


 

SECTION 1
SAFETY AND GENERAL INFORMATION

CANADIAN HYDROGRAPHIC SERVICE - ANNOUNCEMENT REGARDING CANADIAN HYDROGRAPHIC SERVICE CHART PATCHES

Colour Web Patches are free to the mariner, and given the quality of many printers, should reproduce well. They will be available in real time all around the world.

CHS welcomes your feedback on this service at chsinfo@dfo-mpo.gc.ca.


CANADIAN HYDROGRAPHIC SERVICE - CUMULATIVE CHART CORRECTIONS

The cumulative Notices to Mariners corrections for charts can now be accessed at

www.notmar.gc.ca/search/notmar-eng.php .


CANADIAN HYDROGRAPHIC SERVICE - Current chart edition dates

CHART EDITIONS
The three terms described below are used to indicate the publication status of Canadian charts.


NEW CHART - "NEWCHT"
The first publication of a Canadian chart embracing an area not previously charted to the scale shown, or embracing an area different from any existing Canadian chart.


NEW EDITION - "NEWEDT"
A new issue of an existing chart containing amendments essential to navigation in addition to those issued in Notices to Mariners and making existing editions obsolete.


REPRINTS
A new issue of the current edition of a chart incorporating no amendments of navigational significance other than those previously promulgated in Notices to Mariners. It may also contain amendments from other sources provided they are not essential to navigation. Previous printings of the current edition remain in force.

The current chart edition dates can be accessed at www.chs-shc.gc.ca/charts-cartes/paper-papier/index-eng.asp


CANADIAN HYDROGRAPHIC SERVICE - PRINT ON DEMAND CHARTS - CARE AND USE

Background
By providing nautical charts to the public, the goal of the Canadian Hydrographic Service (CHS) is to provide services for safe navigation in a fiscally responsible manner. As a result, CHS continues to expand its portfolio of nautical paper charts that are printed using Print On Demand (POD) technology. These charts are easily recognized by their whiter paper and the coloured logo of the Canadian Hydrographic Service. This new technology enables CHS to print charts in a more efficient manner while enhancing chart content through being able to quickly add new and important information. POD technology provides customers with up-to-date charts without the historical hand-drawn corrections or glued-on patches. Additionally, this technology eliminates out-of-stock situations which arise with the traditional printing and warehousing methods. In the event of a national emergency, CHS can respond to the appropriate authorities with best available information very quickly.

Care of Your POD Chart
CHS encourages its customers to handle the POD charts more carefully than the traditional lithographic charts. When plotting information on POD charts, use HB pencils and apply limited pressure. Testing has suggested that an Indian gum eraser is more effective than alternatives when used on the product. This eraser is also suitable for charts printed using lithographic processes.


CANADIAN HYDROGRAPHIC SERVICE - TRANSPORT CANADA NAVIGATION SAFETY - ECDIS

Mariners are advised that ECDIS may not display some isolated shoal depths when operating in "base or standard display" mode. Route planning and monitoring alarms for these shoal depths may not always be activated. To ensure safe navigation and to confirm that a planned route is clear of such dangers, mariners should visually inspect the planned route and any deviations from it using ECDIS configured to display "all data". The automated voyage planning check function should not be solely relied upon.

UPDATE TO CONSOLIDATION OF MARINE COMMUNICATIONS AND TRAFFIC SERVICES (MCTS) CENTRES

The Canadian Coast Guard is modernizing and consolidating its Marine Communications and Traffic Services Centres. Clients will continue to receive the high-quality service they have come to expect.

Once complete, there will be a total of 12 MCTS Centres strategically located across the country. Additional information pertaining to this project will be advertised to clients by all available means


Atlantic Region

Saint John (Fundy) MCTS Centre will consolidate to Halifax MCTS Centre commencing March 2015
St. John’s MCTS Centre will consolidate to Placentia MCTS Centre commencing March 2015
St. Anthony MCTS Centre will consolidate to Labrador (Goose Bay) MCTS Centre commencing August 2015


Central & Arctic Region

Thunder Bay MCTS Centre will consolidate to Sarnia MCTS Centre commencing May 2015.
Rivière-au-Renard MCTS centre will consolidate to Les Escoumins MCTS centre commencing June 2015.


The new technology will increase efficiency permitting employees to have a greater ability to focus on the safety services they provide to mariners. Mariners are encouraged to visit the Radio Aids to Marine Navigation (RAMN) http://www.ccg-gcc.gc.ca/Marine-Communications/Home and Notices to Mariners (NOTMAR) http://www.notmar.gc.ca/ PART 3 on a monthly basis for updated information and potential changes to contact information and marine broadcast schedules.



SAGUENAY-ST. LAWRENCE MARINE PARK AND SURROUNDING WATERS - WHALE PROTECTION.

The waters in and around the Saguenay-St. Lawrence Marine Park are well known for their resident threatened beluga population and the wide diversity of whales that migrate there to feed, particularly between April and November.

REGULATORY PROTECTION MEASURES

All whale species that are found in the St. Lawrence are protected under the Marine Mammal Regulations, pursuant to the Fisheries Act. Within the boundaries of the Marine Park, specific measures are set out in the Marine Activities in the Saguenay–St. Lawrence Marine Park Regulations, pursuant to the Act Establishing the Saguenay-St. Lawrence Marine Park. Any collision with a marine mammal within the Marine Park must immediately be reported to a park warden at 1-866-508-9888. For collisions that occur outside the Marine Park or for any situation involving a marine mammal that is dead or in trouble, contact the emergency network at 1-877-722-5346 or on channel 16.

For more information on the Saguenay-St. Lawrence Marine Park, see section 5C of the Annual Edition of the Notices to Mariners – April 2015 to March 2016.

VOLUNTARY PROTECTION MEASURES

Provisional measures in effect from May 1st to October 31st, 2015. See map below.

These measures apply to merchant vessels and cruise ships between Pointe à Boisvert and Cap de la Tête au Chien to prevent collisions with whales. These measures should only be taken when they will not jeopardize navigational safety.

Caution area (yellow area) : To reduce the risk of collisions with whales that can be present anywhere in this area, heightened vigilance of navigators is critical. Posting a lookout is recommended in order to increase the chances of seeing the whales and thus taking necessary measures to avoid them. If bypassing the whales is not possible, slow down and wait for the animals to move away to a distance greater than 400 meters (0.215 nautical miles) before resuming original speed. It is more difficult to see the animals at night therefore increased caution is recommended.

Slow down to 10 knots or less area (red area) : To reduce the risk of collisions with whales in this feeding area, it is recommended that vessels slow down to a maximum speed through the water of 10 knots and post a lookout. It is further recommended to remain in the Laurentian Channel to the north of Île Red to minimize the impact of noise in a sensitive area south of this island, which is highly frequented by herds of beluga whales composed of females and young.

Area to be avoided (hatched red area) : To reduce noise and the risk of collisions with whales, vessels should avoid transiting through this area which is highly frequented by blue whales, an endangered species. If the area cannot be avoided, slow down to a speed through the water of 10 knots or less.

map of whale protection area

TRANSPORT CANADA - RESTRICTED SPEED AREA - ST. CLAIR AND DETROIT RIVER.

Since November 14, 2012 the restricted speed area currently in place as per the St. Clair and Detroit River Navigation Safety Regulation between the Detroit River light and Peche Island light is reduced in size by relocating the southern point of the restricted speed area from its current location at the Detroit River light to a new location at Bar Point light D33. (This notice refers to the previous one published in November 2012 with number *1103)

CANADIAN COAST GUARD PUBLICATION - RADIO AIDS TO MARINE NAVIGATION (ATLANTIC, ST. LAWRENCE, GREAT LAKES, LAKE WINNIPEG AND EASTERN ARCTIC) PUBLICATION - 2013 - The Commercial Public Correspondence Service.

Part I - Page 1 of 10

ADVANCE NOTICES

The Commercial Public Correspondence Service

Effective January 1, 2014, the following changes to the Canadian Coast Guard commercial public correspondence service, provided through select Marine Communications and Traffic Services centres, will be in effect: All long distance ship-shore calls will be administered through the regular telephone service provider as acollect call. Individuals intending to placeshore-ship calls will be required to direct-dial the appropriate MCTS centre. MCTS centres providing a commercial public correspondence service are identified in RAMN, Part 2.


ERRATUM: REFERENCE NOTICE 808P/2015

AMEND
Chart: 2421
TO READ
Chart 4210


*901 CANADIAN HYDROGRAPHIC SERVICE - NAUTICAL CHARTS.
CHARTS MAIN TITLE SCALE PUBLISHED CAT# PRICE
New Editions
4114 Campobello Island 1:20000 24-APR-2015 1 20.00
4430 Plans - Île D'Anticosti 1:72000 22-MAY-2015 1 20.00
4841 Cape St Mary's to/à Argentia 1:60000 27-AUG-2015 1 20.00
7920 Tanquary, Slidre and Glacier Fiords 1:100000 15-MAY-2015 4 20.00

*902 CANADIAN HYDROGRAPHIC SERVICE - ELECTRONIC NAVIGATIONAL CHART
NEW PRODUCTS
S-57 ENC NUMBER CHART TITLE
CA376293 Head of / Fond de St Mary's Bay
CA376625 Cape Ray to/à Garia Bay
CA476108 Renews Harbour
CA576626 Burnt Island
*903 TRANSPORT CANADA – SHIP SAFETY BULLETIN.

This is to notify you that a new Ship Safety Bulletin has recently been posted to the Transport Canada website at: www.tc.gc.ca/ssb-bsn/

To go online to view or download this bulletin, please click on the link below:

Subject: Marine Transportation of Packaged Dangerous Goods: Transport Canada’s New One-Window Approach to issuing MTRB Decisions and Related TDG Equivalency Certificates.

SSB#08/2015 – Loading and Unloading Explosives
RDIMS#10795358

Sign yourself up for e-Bulletin to receive an e-mail notice each time a new Ship Safety Bulletin is published on our Web site.
Contact us at: marinesafety-securitemaritime@tc.gc.ca or 1-855-859-3123 (Toll Free).

*904(P) WEDGPORT AND THE VICINITY- ADVERTISEMENT OF PROPOSED CHANGE

Reference Chart: 4244

The Canadian Coast Guard proposes the following permanent changes to

Hell’s Gate RR-NS - LLNO 7282.2: Change Hell's Gate yellow cautionary mast with radar reflector to yellow north cardinal mast with radar reflector, top marks and 2 horizontal bands of white retro reflective tape.

Comments on this action are solicited from mariners and other interested parties.
Comments should be directed to the

Superintendent,
Aids to Navigation, Canadian Coast Guard by mail to
PO Box 5667,
St. John’s, Newfoundland
A1C 5X1
Phone at 709-772-5195,
E-mail: denise.veber@dfo-mp.gc.ca

Within three months from the date of this Notice. Any objections raised must state the facts on which they are based and should include supporting information on safety, commerce and public benefit.

(F2015028)

*905 CANADIAN HYDROGRAPHIC SERVICE - SAILING DIRECTIONS BOOKLET- CEN 306- GEORGIAN BAY, SECOND EDITION, 2015 IS NOW AVAILABLE AS A PRINT ON DEMAND (POD).

Georgian Bay, Second Edition, 2015  cancels and replaces Sailing Directions booklet CEN 306 — Georgian Bay, First Edition, 1998. This new booklet is now available as a Print-on-Demand (POD) product. POD booklets are corrected through Section 4 of Notices to Mariners up to the date of printing. The price of CEN 306, Second Edition, is $19.95. Advance orders may be made through any authorized CHS Dealer.



SECTION 2
CHART CORRECTIONS
2110 - Long Point Bay - New Edition - 29-MAY-1998 - NAD 1983
11-SEP-2015 LNM/D. 21-AUG-2015
Add wreck WK with known depth of 8.3 metres
(See Chart No 1, K26)
This notice affects Electronic Navigational Chart: CA373093, CA473305, CA573306
42°45′55.0″N 080°03′02.8″W
DFO(6604129-01)
2110 - Nanticoke Harbour - New Edition - 29-MAY-1998 - NAD 1983
11-SEP-2015 LNM/D. 21-AUG-2015
Add wreck WK with known depth of 8.3 metres
(See Chart No 1, K26)
This notice affects Electronic Navigational Chart: CA373093, CA473305, CA573306
42°45′55.0″N 080°03′02.8″W
DFO(6604129-01)
2120 - Niagara River to/à Long Point - New Edition - 15-APR-2005 - NAD 1983
11-SEP-2015 LNM/D. 21-AUG-2015
Add wreck WK with known depth of 8.3 metres
(See Chart No 1, K26)
This notice affects Electronic Navigational Chart: CA373093, CA473305, CA573306
42°45′55.0″N 080°03′02.8″W
DFO(6604129-01)
2123 - Pelee Passage to/à la Detroit River - New Edition - 27-JAN-2006 - NAD 1983
04-SEP-2015 LNM/D. 25-JUL-2014
Delete Bell from green port hand lighted pillar buoy, marked 1W, Fl G 6s
(See Chart No 1, Qg)
This notice affects Electronic Navigational Chart: CA373089
41°57′01.0″N 083°09′32.3″W
(USCG:LNM 30/15) DFO(6604126-01)
4116 - Approaches to/Approches à Saint John - New Edition - 31-AUG-2007 - NAD 1983
25-SEP-2015 LNM/D. 24-JUL-2015
Replace obstruction, depth unknown and legend ″Obstn PA Rep (1997)″ with depth of 27 metres, 1 decimetre
(See Chart No 1, K40 & I10)
This notice affects Electronic Navigational Chart: CA376011
45°10′30.0″N 066°05′36.0″W
DFO(6307288-01)
4449 - Grand Etang Harbour - New Edition - 03-JUL-1998 - NAD 1983
18-SEP-2015 LNM/D. 05-DEC-2014
Affix patch
Download patch -
http://www.chs-shc.gc.ca/patches/4449PA_20150806.pdf
46°33′00.0″N 061°02′40.0″W
DFO(6307252-01)
4463 - Chéticamp to/à Cape Mabou - New Edition - 27-JUN-2003 - NAD 1983
18-SEP-2015 LNM/D. 10-FEB-2012
Delete depth of 2 fathoms, 2 feet
(See Chart No 1, I10)
46°33′11.4″N 061°02′45.3″W
DFO(6307252-03)
Add depth of 0 fathoms, 3 feet
(See Chart No 1, I10)
46°33′08.7″N 061°02′44.1″W
DFO(6307252-04)
4909 - Richibucto Harbour - New Chart - 17-JUN-1988 - NAD 1983
18-SEP-2015 LNM/D. 24-APR-2015
Replace green port hand can buoy, marked Q39
with green port hand lighted spar buoy FlG, marked Q39
(See Chart No 1, Qg)
This notice affects Electronic Navigational Chart: CA476131
46°41′19.0″N 064°50′56.0″W
(G2015100 & G2015101) LL(1150.1) DFO(6307228-01)
Delete red starboard hand conical buoy, marked Q42
(See Chart No 1, Qf)
This notice affects Electronic Navigational Chart: CA476131
46°41′09.1″N 064°51′21.0″W
(G2015102) DFO(6307228-02)
Add red starboard hand lighted pillar buoy QR, marked Q42
(See Chart No 1, Qf)
This notice affects Electronic Navigational Chart: CA476131
46°41′05.9″N 064°51′18.8″W
(G2015103) LL(1150.11) DFO(6307228-03)
Add red starboard hand conical buoy, marked Q14
(See Chart No 1, Qf)
This notice affects Electronic Navigational Chart: CA476131
46°42′36.5″N 064°45′55.0″W
(G2015104) DFO(6307228-04)
Add green port hand can buoy, marked Q23
(See Chart No 1, Qg)
This notice affects Electronic Navigational Chart: CA476131
46°42′47.3″N 064°47′15.7″W
(G2015105) DFO(6307228-05)
Reposition green port hand lighted pillar buoy QG, marked Q11
(See Chart No 1, Qg)
This notice affects Electronic Navigational Chart: CA476131
from 46°42′34.2″N 064°45′46.9″W
to 46°42′28.4″N 064°45′35.2″W
(G2015106) LL(1134) DFO(6307228-06)
Reposition red starboard hand lighted pillar buoy QR, marked Q22
(See Chart No 1, Qf)
This notice affects Electronic Navigational Chart: CA476131
from 46°42′44.4″N 064°46′39.0″W
to 46°42′47.2″N 064°46′55.7″W
(G2015109) LL(1136) DFO(6307228-07)
Reposition green port hand lighted pillar buoy QG, marked Q25
(See Chart No 1, Qg)
This notice affects Electronic Navigational Chart: CA476131
from 46°42′51.0″N 064°47′46.2″W
to 46°42′50.6″N 064°48′00.2″W
(G2015110) LL(1144) DFO(6307228-08)
Reposition red starboard hand lighted pillar buoy QR, marked Q32
(See Chart No 1, Qf)
This notice affects Electronic Navigational Chart: CA476131
from 46°42′11.3″N 064°49′14.7″W
to 46°42′14.2″N 064°49′02.9″W
(G2015111) LL(1147) DFO(6307237-01)
Reposition green port hand can buoy, marked Q35
(See Chart No 1, Qg)
This notice affects Electronic Navigational Chart: CA476131
from 46°41′44.5″N 064°50′09.7″W
to 46°41′48.8″N 064°50′06.0″W
(G2015112) DFO(6307237-02)
Replace red starboard hand conical buoy, marked Q24
with red starboard hand lighted conical buoy FlR, marked Q24
(See Chart No 1, Qf)
This notice affects Electronic Navigational Chart: CA476131
46°42′53.5″N 064°47′34.0″W
(G2015113 & G2015114) LL(1136.1) DFO(6307237-03)
Reposition red starboard hand lighted pillar buoy FlR, marked Q18
(See Chart No 1, Qf)
This notice affects Electronic Navigational Chart: CA476131
from 46°42′37.8″N 064°46′01.8″W
to 46°42′40.1″N 064°46′12.5″W
(G2015107) LL(1135) DFO(6307237-04)
Delete green port hand can buoy, marked Q19
(See Chart No 1, Qg)
This notice affects Electronic Navigational Chart: CA476131
46°42′39.6″N 064°47′02.4″W
(G2015108) DFO(6307237-05)
Add green port hand can buoy, marked Q19
(See Chart No 1, Qg)
This notice affects Electronic Navigational Chart: CA476131
46°42′40.9″N 064°46′37.7″W
(G2015108) DFO(6307237-06)


SECTION 3
CORRECTIONS TO RADIO AIDS TO MARINE NAVIGATION

*906 RADIO AIDS TO MARINE NAVIGATION 2015 (ATLANTIC, ST. LAWRENCE, GREAT LAKES, LAKE WINNIPEG AND ARCTIC)

Part 1 - Page 9

REMOVE the following line :

Table 1-4 - Telephone / Facsimile / Telex Directory

St Anthony,NL (VCM) 709-454-3852 709-454-3716 003160021

Part 1 - Page 11

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1.7 Regional Office Addresses (covering the East Coast, Arctic and Central Canada)

Regional Superintendent
Marine Communications and Traffic Services


Fisheries and Oceans Canada
Canadian Coast Guard
Atlantic Region
P.O. Box 5667
St. John’s NL A1C 5X1
Telephone: 709-772-5119
Facsimile: 709-772-6050

TO READ

Fisheries and Oceans Canada
Canadian Coast Guard
Atlantic Region
P.O. Box 1000
St. John’s NL A1C 5X1
Telephone: 902-426-3797
Facsimile: 902-426-4828

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Table 2-3 - MCTS Iqaluit / VFF – Ship/Shore Communications

Killinek
60°25'27"N
064°50'30"W
403 2182J3E
2514J3E
2582J3E
4363J3E
2182
2118
2206
4071
This site is operational approximately early July to late October.

TO READ

Killinek
60°25'27"N
064°50'30"W
403 2182J3E
2514J3E
2582J3E
4363J3E
2182
2118
2206
4071
This site is operational approximately early July to mid-December.

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ADD the following line:


For Vessel Traffic Services call Belle Isle Traffic – refer to Part 3.

AMEND
Email : ECAGOY@INNAV.GC.CA

TO READ

Email : Safety.Labrador@innav.gc.ca

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Table 2-5 - MCTS Labrador / VOK – Ship/Shore Communications

Sites located at Channel Frequencies Remarks
Transmit Receive
Cartwright
53°42'30"N
057°01'17"W
407 2182J3E
2514J3E
2538J3E
2582J3E
4375.0J3E
2182
2118
2142
2206
4083.0
407, 2118, 2142, 2206 and 4083.0: Facilities are available for connecting ships directly to the commercial telephone system on shore.
Hopedale
55°27'24"N
060°12'30"W
407
605
Ch16
Ch26
Ch70
2182J3E
2514J3E
2538J3E
2582J3E
4375.0J3E
6513J3E
2182
2118
2142
2206
4083.0
6212
407, 605, Ch26, 2118, 2142, 2206, 4083.0 and 6212: Facilities are available for connecting ships directly to the commercial telephone system on shore.
Cartwright
53°43'38"N
056°58'06"W
Ch16
Ch24
Ch70
Ch24: Facilities are available for connecting ships directly to the commercial telephone system on shore.
Goose Bay
53°18'12"N
060°31'27"W
Ch16
Ch26
Ch70
Ch26: Facilities are available for connecting ships directly to the commercial telephone system on shore.
Nain
56°32'49"N
061°42'49"W
C16
C24
C70
Ch24: Facilities are available for connecting ships directly to the commercial telephone system on shore.
TO READ
Sites located at Channel Frequencies Remarks
Transmit Receive
Cartwright
53°42'30"N
057°01'17"W
407 2182J3E
2514J3E
2538J3E
2582J3E
4375.0J3E
2182
2118
2142
2206
4083.0
407, 2118, 2142, 2206 and 4083.0: Facilities are available for connecting ships directly to the commercial telephone system on shore.
Hopedale
55°27'24"N
060°12'30"W
407
605
Ch16
Ch26
Ch70
2182J3E
2514J3E
2538J3E
2582J3E
4375.0J3E
6513J3E
2182
2118
2142
2206
4083.0
6212
407, 605, Ch26, 2118, 2142, 2206, 4083.0 and 6212: Facilities are available for connecting ships directly to the commercial telephone system on shore.
Cartwright
53°43'38"N
056°58'06"W
Ch16
Ch24
Ch70
Ch24: Facilities are available for connecting ships directly to the commercial telephone system on shore.
Goose Bay
53°18'12"N
060°31'27"W
Ch16
Ch26
Ch70
Ch26: Facilities are available for connecting ships directly to the commercial telephone system on shore.
Nain
56°32'49"N
061°42'49"W
Ch16
Ch24
Ch70
Ch24: Facilities are available for connecting ships directly to the commercial telephone system on shore.
St. Anthony
(Newfoundland)
51°30'00"N
055°49'26"W
2182J3E
2514J3E
2582J3E
2182
2118
2206
2118 and 2206: Facilities are available for connecting ships directly to the commercial telephone system on shore.
Comfort Cove
(Newfoundland)
49°16'26"N
054°52'32"W
Ch16
Ch26
Ch70
Ch26: Facilities are available for connecting ships directly to the commercial telephone system on shore.
Twillingate
(Newfoundland)
49°41'10"N
054°48'00"W
Ch16
Ch24
Ch70
VHF Direction Finding service is available.

Ch24: Facilities are available for connecting ships directly to the commercial telephone system on shore.
L’Anse aux Meadows
(Newfoundland)
51°34'20"N
055°29'27"W
Ch14
Ch16
Ch24
Ch70
Ch24: Facilities are available for connecting ships directly to the commercial telephone system on shore.
Conche
(Newfoundland)
50°53'41"N
055°53'03"W
Ch16
Ch26
Ch70
C26: Facilities are available for connecting ships directly to the commercial telephone system on shore.
Fox Harbour
52°22'10"N
055°39'42"W
Ch16
Ch26
Ch70
Ch26: Facilities are available for connecting ships directly to the commercial telephone system on shore.

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Table 2-6 - MCTS Labrador / VOK – Broadcasts

Time UTC Site Frequency or Channel Contents
01:37 Cartwright 2598J3E Radiotelephony
• Technical marine synopsis, forecasts and wave height forecasts for marine areas: 222, 223, 224, 225, 226, 227, 228, 229 and 230.
• Ice Edge & Conditions for Labrador Coast.
Hopedale 2598J3E
03:50 Labrador 518F1B NAVTEX : (X)
• Weather.
07:50 Labrador 518F1B NAVTEX : (X)
• Weather.
10:07 Cartwright 2598J3E Radiotelephony
• Technical marine synopsis, forecasts and wave height forecasts for marine areas: 222, 223, 224, 225, 226, 227, 228, 229 and 230.
• Ice conditions and forecast for Labrador Coast.
Hopedale 2598J3E
11:07 Cartwright 2598J3E Radiotelephony
• Notices to Shipping:
Nearshore – Belle Isle to Cape Chidley.
Offshore – North Atlantic, Cape Bauld to Cape Chidley.
• Notices to Fish Harvesters (when available).
Hopedale 2598J3E
11:50 Labrador 518F1B NAVTEX : (X)
• Notices to Shipping.
14:37 Cartwright 2598J3E Radiotelephony
• Technical marine synopsis and forecasts for marine areas: 222, 223, 224, 225, 226, 227, 228, 229 and 230.
• Ice conditions and forecast for Labrador Coast.
Hopedale 2598J3E
15:50 Labrador 518F1B NAVTEX : (X)
• Weather.
19:50 Labrador 518F1B NAVTEX : (X)
• Weather.
20:37 Cartwright 2598J3E Radiotelephony
• Technical marine synopsis and forecasts for marine areas: 222, 223, 224, 225, 226, 227, 228, 229 and 230.
• Ice Edge & Conditions for Labrador Coast.
• Notices to Fish Harvesters (when available).
Hopedale 2598J3E
23:07 Cartwright 2598J3E Radiotelephony
• Notices to Shipping :
Nearshore – Belle Isle to Cape Chidley.
Offshore – North Atlantic, Cape Bauld to Cape Chidley.
Hopedale 2598J3E
23:50 Labrador 518F1B NAVTEX : (X)
• Notices to Shipping (summer)Ice (winter).
Continuous (Cartwright) Nain Ch83B Radiotelephony
• Technical marine synopsis, forecasts and wave height forecasts for marine areas 222, 223, 224, 225, 226, 227 and 228.
• Actual weather observations (when available) for the following sites:
Goose Bay – Cartwright – Makkovik – Hopedale – Nain – Mary’s Harbour.
• Ice Edge & Conditions for Labrador Coast.
• Notices to Shipping: Belle Isle to Cape Chidley.
• Notices to Fish Harvesters (when available).
Goose Bay / Hopedale Ch21B

TO READ

Time UTC Site Frequency or Channel Contents
01:07 St. Anthony 2598J3E Radiotelephony
• Technical marine synopsis, forecasts and wave height forecasts for marine areas 220, 221, 222, 223, 224,225, 226, 227, 228, 229, 230, 235, 237 and 238.
• Ice conditions and forecast for the East Coast of Newfoundland, and the Labrador Coast, south of 54N.
• Iceberg Bulletin – Newfoundland Coast and Strait of Belle Isle.
01:37 Cartwright 2598J3E Radiotelephony • Technical marine synopsis, forecasts and wave height forecasts for marine areas: 220, 221, 222, 223, 224, 225, 226, 227, 228, 229, 230, 235, 237 and 238.
• Ice Edge & Conditions for Labrador Coast.
Hopedale 2598J3E
03:50 Labrador 518F1B NAVTEX : (X)
• Weather.
07:50 Labrador 518F1B NAVTEX : (X)
• Weather.
09:07 St. Anthony 2598J3E Radiotelephony
• Technical marine synopsis and forecasts for marine areas 220, 221, 222, 223, 224, 225, 226, 227, 228, 229, 230, 235, 237 and 238.
• Ice conditions and forecast for the East Coast of Newfoundland and the Labrador Coast, south of 54N.
• Iceberg Bulletin – Newfoundland East Coast and Strait of Belle Isle
10:07 Cartwright 2598J3E Radiotelephony
• Technical marine synopsis, forecasts and wave height forecasts for marine areas: 220, 221, 222, 223, 224, 225, 226, 227, 228, 229, 230, 235, 237 and 238.
• Ice conditions and forecast for Labrador Coast.
Hopedale
11:07 Cartwright 2598J3E Radiotelephony
• Notices to Shipping:
Nearshore – Belle Isle to Cape Chidley.
Offshore – North Atlantic, Cape Bauld to Cape Chidley.
• Notices to Fish Harvesters (when available).
Hopedale
11:50 Labrador 518F1B NAVTEX : (X)
• Notices to Shipping.
12:37 St. Anthony 2598J3E Radiotelephony
• Notices to Shipping for an area bounded by Flower’s Cove to the west, Cartwright to the north and Cape Freels to the southeast.
• Notices to Fish Harvesters (when available).
13:37 St. Anthony 2598J3E Radiotelephony
• Technical marine synopsis, forecasts and wave height forecasts for marine areas 220, 221, 222, 223, 224, 225, 226, 227, 228, 229, 230, 235, 237 and 238.
14:37 Cartwright 2598J3E Radiotelephony
• Technical marine synopsis and forecasts for marine areas: 220, 221, 222, 223, 224, 225, 226, 227, 228, 229, 230, 235, 237 and 238.
• Ice conditions and forecast for Labrador Coast.
Hopedale 2598J3E
15:50 Labrador 518F1B NAVTEX : (X)
• Weather.
19:07 St. Anthony 2598J3E Radiotelephony
• Notices to Shipping for an area bounded by Flower’s Cove to the west, Cartwright to the north and Cape Freels to the southeast.
• Ice conditions and forecast for the East Coast of Newfoundland, and the Labrador Coast, south of 54N.
• Iceberg Bulletin – Newfoundland East Coast and Strait of Belle-Isle.
• Notices to Fish Harvesters (when available).
19:37 St. Anthony 2598J3E Radiotelephony
• Technical marine synopsis, forecasts and wave height forecasts for marine areas 220, 221, 222, 223, 224, 225, 226, 227, 238, 239, 230, 235, 237 and 238.
19:50 Labrador 518F1B NAVTEX : (X)
• Weather.
20:37 Cartwright 2598J3E Radiotelephony
• Technical marine synopsis and forecasts for marine areas: 220, 221, 222, 223, 224, 225, 226, 227, 228, 229, 230, 235, 237and 238.
• Ice Edge & Conditions for Labrador Coast.
• Notices to Fish Harvesters (when available).
Hopedale 2598J3E
23:07 Cartwright 2598J3E Radiotelephony
• Notices to Shipping :
Nearshore – Belle Isle to Cape Chidley.
Offshore – North Atlantic, Cape Bauld to Cape Chidley.
Hopedale
23:50 Labrador 518F1B NAVTEX : (X)
• Notices to Shipping (summer) Ice (winter).
Continuous
Labrador North
(Cartwright) Nain Ch83B Radiotelephony
• Technical marine synopsis, forecasts and wave height forecasts for marine areas 220, 221, 222, 223, 224, 225, 226, 227, 228, 229, 230, 235, 237 and 238.
• Actual weather observations (when available) for the following sites:
Goose Bay – Cartwright – Makkovik – Hopedale – Nain – Mary’s Harbour.
• Ice Edge & Conditions for Labrador Coast.
• Notices to Shipping: Belle Isle to Cape Chidley.
• Notices to Fish Harvesters (when available).
Goose Bay / Hopedale Ch21B
Continuous
Labrador South
Conche
Fox Harbour
Comfort Cove
Ch21B Radiotelephony
• Technical marine synopsis, forecasts and wave height forecasts for marine areas 220, 221, 222. 223, 224, 225, 226, 227, 228, 229, 230, 235, 237 and 238.
• Actual weather observations (when available) for the following sites:
St. Anthony Airport – Englee – La Scie – Blanc Sablon – Mary’s Harbour – Twillingate – Pool’s Island – St. Anthony’s Harbour.
• Notices to Shipping for an area bounded by Flower’s Cove to the west, Cartwright to the north and Cape Freels to the southeast.
• Ice conditions and forecast for the East Coast of Newfoundland, and the Labrador Coast, south of 54N.
• Iceberg Bulletin – Newfoundland East Coast and Strait of Belle Isle.
• Notices to Fish Harvesters (when available).
L’anse aux Meadows
Twillingate
Ch83B

COMPLETELY REMOVE 2.1.10, St. Anthony, Newfoundland and Labrador (Pages 51 to 53).

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Table 4-18 – Transmitting sites where NAVTEX Service is available:

Controlled by Site Position Range
(NM)
ID
518 kHz
(english)
ID
490 kHz
(fench)
St. John’s MCTS St. John’s 47º36’N 52º40’W 300 O
Labrador MCTS Cartwright 53º42’N 57º01’W 300 X
Sydney MCTS Port Caledonia 46º11’N 59º54’W 300 Q J
Saint John MCTS Yarmouth 43º45’N 66º07’W 300 U V
Les Escoumins MCTS Moisie 50º15’N 66º10’W 300 C D
Sarnia MCTS Pass Lake 48º34’N 88º39’W 300 P
Prescott MCTS Ferndale 44º56’N 81º14’W 300 H
Iqaluit MCTS Iqaluit 63º43’N 68º33’W 300 T S

The above noted NAVTEX services are provided on a time-shared basis for the broadcast of the following subject indicator content:

  1. (A)Navigational Warnings
  2. (B)Meteorological Warnings
  3. (C)Ice Reports
  4. (D)Search and Rescue Information/Tsunami
  5. (E)Meteorological Forecasts
  6. (G)AIS Service Messages
  7. (J)GPS Messages

Broadcast time and content is shown in individual MCTS Centre listings. For Wiarton site consult Prescott MCTS listing. For Moisie site consult Les Escoumins MCTS listing.

TO READ

Controlled by Site Position Range
(NM)
ID
518 kHz
(englich)
ID
490 kHz
(french)
Placentia MCTS Robin Hood Bay 47º36’N 52º40’W 300 O
Labrador MCTS Cartwright 53º42’N 57º01’W 300 X
Sydney MCTS Port Caledonia 46º11’N 59º54’W 300 Q J
Halifax MCTS Chebogue 43º45’N 66º07’W 300 U V
Les Escoumins MCTS Moisie 50º15’N 66º10’W 300 C D
Sarnia MCTS Pass Lake 48º34’N 88º39’W 300 P
Prescott MCTS Ferndale 44º56’N 81º14’W 300 H
Iqaluit MCTS Iqaluit 63º43’N 68º33’W 300 T S

The above noted NAVTEX services are provided on a time-shared basis for the broadcast of the following subject indicator content:

  1. (A)Navigational Warnings
  2. (B)Meteorological Warnings
  3. (C)Ice Reports
  4. (D)Search and Rescue Information/Tsunami
  5. (E)Meteorological Forecasts
  6. (G)AIS Service Messages
  7. (J)GPS Messages

Broadcast time and content is shown in individual MCTS Centre listings. For Ferndale site consult Prescott MCTS listing. For Moisie site consult Les Escoumins MCTS listing.

Part 4 - Page 54

REMOVE Figure 4-10 – NAVTEX Coverage – 300 NM – Atlantic Region and REPLACE WITH:

MAP NAVTEX coverage

Table of Contents

AMEND Table of Content Page iii, to READ:

PART 2 Facilities Information 1
2.1 Marine Communications and Traffic Services Centre 1
2.1.1 Halifax, Nova Scotia 1
2.1.2 Iqaluit, Nunavut 7
2.1.3 Labrador (Goose Bay), Newfoundland and Labrador 17
2.1.4 Les Escoumins, Québec 21
2.1.5 Placentia, Newfoundland and Labrador 27
2.1.6 Port aux Basques, Newfoundland and Labrador 33
2.1.7 Prescott, Ontario 37
2.1.8 Québec, Québec 41
2.1.9 Sarnia, Ontario 45
2.1.10 Sydney, Nova Scotia 53
2.2 Canal And Lock Operations 57
2.3 Canal, Port And Lock Operations 57
2.4 Radio Beacon Stations Continuously in Operations 65
2.5 Radar Beacon (Racons) 65
2.5.1 Atlantic Coast, Gulf and St. Lawrence River to Montréal, Eastern Arctic 65
2.5.2 Lake Winnipeg 70
2.5.3 Great Lakes (includes St. Lawrence River to Montréal) 70


SECTION 4
SAILING DIRECTIONS AND SMALL CRAFT GUIDE CORRECTIONS

ATL 106 — Gulf of Maine and Bay of Fundy, First Edition, 2001 —

Chapter 2 — Paragraph 50, after “sounded from the light tower.”`
Insert: A light&bsp; (227.5)  and a radar reflector are shown from a mast, on the rocky intertidal shore, situated 0.2 mile north of the above-mentioned light tower.

(A2015-006.7)

Chapter 2 — Paragraph 89
Delete: “ A light  (209) … head of this wharf.”

(A2015-006.8)

Chapter 2 — Adjacent to paragraph 89, delete the light pictograph.

(A2015-006.9)

Chapter 2 — Delete paragraph 98
Replace by: 98 The Digby Public wharf  is L-shaped, concrete decked, and has three floating wharves which extend SW from the 900-foot (275-m) stem. The facility is operated by the Digby Harbour Port Association. The L-end of the main wharf is 328 feet (100 m) long, with depths of 10 feet (3 m) on the outside face, and depths of 13 feet (3.9 m) on the inside face. The Digby wharf, and a 900-foot (275-m) rock breakwater close NE, form two sheltered boat harbours. There are no berths along the breakwater, but there are berths along the outer portion of the east face of the wharf stem. A light  (206.2), having a red and white triangular daymark, is shown from a mast at the outer end of the breakwater. At the head of the protected harbour, on the west side of the Digby wharf, is a marginal wharf  face 230 feet (70 m) long, with a floating wharf extending SE. Close SW of the marginal wharf, the Royal Western Nova Scotia Yacht Club  operates an 80-berth marina.

(A2015-006.10)

Chapter 2 — Adjacent to paragraph 98, add a light pictograph.

(A2015-006.11)

Chapter 4 — Paragraph 21
Delete: “Pilotage is … areas B and D.”
Replace by: Pilotage is compulsory when proceeding to anchorage area A, while anchorage areas B and D are outside the compulsory pilotage area. Anchorage area B has eight designated anchor berths, while anchorage area D has six designated anchor berths.

(A2015-006.12)

CEN 301 — St. Lawrence River, Montréal to Kingston, Second Edition, 2010 —p>

Chapter 3 — Delete paragraph 141
Replace by : 141 In 2014, the controlling depths were 17 feet [5.2 m] in the upper (west) entrance channel to the mouth of the Oswegatchie River, thence 17 feet [5.2 m] in the city-front channel to the junction with the upper entrance channel, with lesser depths to 13 feet [4 m] along the edges, and 15 feet [4.6 m] in the Oswegatchie River channel to the project limit below the third highway bridge. The lower (east) entrance channel has a project depth of 19 feet [5.8 m] to East Entrance Lighted Buoy 4, however, the local port authority has deepened and widened the channel to their dock. General depths of 19 to 21 feet [5.8 to 6.4 m] were available in the turning basin with lesser depths along the south edge.

(C2015-015.01)

CEN 303 — Welland Canal and Lake Erie, First Edition, 1996 —

Chapter 2 — Delete paragraph 94
Replace by : 94 Cayuga Island, close to the north shore of Niagara River Channel, about 5 [4] miles below Tonawanda Island, is separated from the mainland by Little River, which outlets at either end of the island. Cayuga Creek flows into Little River at about midlength of the island. Little River and Cayuga Creek afford a well-protected harbor for small craft.
94.1 A dredged entrance channel leads from deep water in Niagara River through the lower entrance to Little River. In 2014, the controlling depth was 3½ feet [1.1 m]. The upper entrance to Little River, marked by a private 344° range, had a reported controlling depth of 4 feet [1.2 m] in 1980. Depths inside are about 4 to 7 feet [1.2 to 2.1 m].
94.2 A fixed highway bridge with a reported clearance of 10 feet [3 m] crosses Little River just west of the mouth of Cayuga Creek. An overhead cable with a clearance of 55 feet [16.8 m] crosses the river about 0.35 [0.3] mile west of the bridge. A fixed highway bridge crossing Cayuga Creek just above the mouth has a clearance of 9 feet [2.7 m].

(C2015-016.01)

Chapter 3 — After paragraph 126
Insert: 127 Caution. — A wreck, with a known depth of 27 feet (8.3 m), is SE of the range at 42°45'55''N, 80°03'02.8''W.

(C2015-017.01)

Chapter 3 — Adjacent to paragraph 127, add a caution pictograph.

(C2015-017.02)



SECTION 5
LIST OF LIGHTS, BUOYS AND FOG SIGNALS CORRECTIONS




Newfoundland


116.9


Belloram Wharf



47 31 34.8
55 24 33.6


Fl


G


4s


2.1


2


Mast.


Year round.

Chart:4831
Edn. 09/15


130.34


Sunken Rock light buoy VSC



Seal Cove, South Coast
47 28 57.4
56 01 23.8


Q(6) +Fl


W


15s


.....


.....


Yellow – black, marked “VSC”


Year round.

Chart:4827
Edn. 09/15


270.01


Flat Island Rock - light buoy NJ1



51 59 14.9
055 51 58.2


Fl


G


4s


.....


.....


Green spar, marked "NJ1".


Seasonal.

Chart:5030
Edn. 09/15


270.25


Main Tickle Shoal - light buoy NW7



52 33 48.8
055 52 54.6


Fl


G


4s


.....


.....


Green spar, marked "NW7".


Seasonal.

Chart:5179
Edn. 09/15


270.9


Northern Ship - light buoy NA3



52 32 11.5
055 59 37.2


Fl


G


4s


.....


.....


Green spar, marked "NA3".


Seasonal.

Chart:5179
Edn. 09/15


276.77


Burnt Point Shoal - light buoy NMH2



52 18 48.0
055 49 0.5


Fl


R


4s


.....


.....


Red spar, marked "NMH2".


Seasonal.

Chart:5031
Edn. 09/15


276.78


Mary’s Harbour (Inner Harbour) - light buoy NMH3



52 18 35.1
055 50 01.8


Fl


G


4s


.....


.....


Green spar, marked "NMH3".


Seasonal.

Chart:5031
Edn. 09/15


277.2


Caribou Run South -light buoy NU2



52 14 51.4
055 38 57.9


Fl


R


4s


.....


.....


Red spar, marked “NU2”.


Seasonal.

Chart:5031
Edn. 09/15


279.45


St. Michaels Bay - light buoy NM5



52 44 0.8
055 54 54.5


Fl


G


4s


.....


.....


Green spar, marked "NM5".


Year round.

Chart:5032
Edn. 09/15


279.65


Charlottetown Inner light buoy NM12



52 46 34.7
056 06 56


Fl


R


4s


.....


.....


Red spar, marked "NM12".


Seasonal.

Chart:5032
Edn. 09/15


280


Red Island



SW side of island.
53 00 37.6
055 45 36.7


Fl


W


3s


28.0


6


Square skeleton tower, red and white rectangular daymark.
4.3



Flash 0.5 s; eclispe 2.5 s.
Seasonal.


Chart:4712
Edn. 09/15


280.012


Squasho South - North Cardinal light buoy NE



53 05 42
055 51 28.9


Q


W


1s


.....


.....


Black and yellow spar, marked "NE".


Seasonal.

Chart:5033
Edn. 09/15



Atlantic


136
H4091.2


Lower Jemseg



On Huestis Island.
45 46 52
066 06 21.5


Fl


R


4s


8.7


4


Square skeleton tower, 3 orange and white rectangular daymarks.
6.5



Operates at night only.
Seasonal.

Chart:4142
Edn. 09/15 (F15-025)


210
H3906


Schafner Point



On N. side of Annapolis River.
44 42 35.5
065 37 08.6


F


W


.....


13.2


10


White square tower, red upper portion.
11.1



Indicates Goat Island Shoals.
Operates at night only.
Year round.

Chart:4396
Edn. 09/15


1134


Richibucto Gully Inner light
Q11



46 42 28.4
064 45 35.2


Q


G


1s


.....


.....


Green,
marked "Q11".


Buoy may be repositioned due to shifting channel.
Seasonal.

Chart:4909
Edn. 09/15 (G15-106)


1135


Richibucto Gully Channel
- light buoy Q18



46 42 40.1
064 46 12.5


Fl


R


4s


.....


.....


Red, marked "Q18".


Buoy may be repositioned due to shifting channel.
Seasonal.


Chart:4909
Edn. 09/15 (G15-107)


1136


North Richibucto Beach Breakwater
- light buoy Q22



46 42 47.2
064 46 55.7


Q


R


1s


.....


.....


Red, marked "Q22".


Buoy may be repositioned due to shifting channel.
Seasonal.


Chart:4909
Edn. 09/15 (G15-109)


1136.1


Richibucto North Beach –
light buoy Q24



46 42 53.5
064 47 34.0


Fl


R


4s


.....


.....


Red, marked "Q24".


Seasonal.
Operates 24hrs.


Chart:4909
Edn. 09/15 (G15-114)


1144


North Richibucto Beach - light buoy Q25



S. of S. end of North Richibucto Beach.
46 42 50.6
064 48 00.2


Q


G


1s


.....


.....


Green, marked "Q25".


Buoy may be repositioned due to shifting channel.
Seasonal.

Chart:4909
Edn. 09/15 (G15-110)


1147


Richibucto Harbour Outer
light buoy Q32



46 42 14.2
064 49 02.9


Q


R


1s


.....


.....


Red, marked "Q32".


Buoy may be repositioned due to shifting channel.
Seasonal.

Chart:4909
Edn. 09/15 (G15-111)


1150.1


Richibucto River -
light buoy Q39



46 41 19
064 50 56


Fl


G


4s


.....


.....


Green spar,
marked "Q39".


Seasonal.
Operates 24hrs.


Chart:4909
Edn. 09/15 (G15-100)


1150.11


Richibucto River -
light buoy Q42



46 41 05.9
064 51 18.8


Q


R


1s


.....


.....


Green, marked "Q42".


Seasonal.
Operates 24hrs.


Chart:4909
Edn. 09/15 (G15-103)


1482.1


Havre de la Grande Entrée - light buoy YC4



47 32 11.9
61 34 33.8


Q


R


1s


.....


.....


Red, marked "YC4".


(Winter spar).
Year round.


Chart:4954
Edn. 09/15 (Q15-101)


1482.2


Havre de la Grande Entrée - light buoy YC5



47 32 13.3
61 34 38.1


Fl


G


4s


.....


.....


Green, marked "YC5".


(Winter spar).
Year round.



Chart:4954
Edn. 09/15 (Q15-101)


1482.3


Havre de la Grande Entrée - light buoy YC9



47 32 48.5
61 34 11


Fl


G


4s


.....


.....


Green, marked "YC9".


(Winter spar).
Year round.



Chart:4954
Edn. 09/15 (Q15-101)


1482.4


Havre de la Grande Entrée - light buoy YC10



47 32 47.5
61 34 06.4


Fl


R


4s


.....


.....


Red, marked "YC10".


(Winter spar).
Year round.


Chart:4954
Edn. 09/15 (Q15-101)


1482.5


Havre de la Grande Entrée - light buoy YC11



47 33 13.7
61 34 04.7


Fl


G


4s


.....


.....


Green, marked "YC11".


(Winter spar).
Year round.



Chart:4954
Edn. 09/15 (Q15-101)


1482.55


Havre de la Grande Entrée - light buoy YC12



47 33 12.6
61 34 00.1


Fl


R


4s


.....


.....


Red, marked "YC12".


(Winter spar).
Year round.



Chart:4954
Edn. 09/15 (Q15-101)


1482.6


Havre de la Grande Entrée - light buoy YC14



47 33 20.1
61 33 54.3


Fl


R


4s


.....


.....


Red, marked "YC14".


(Winter spar).
Year round.



Chart:4954
Edn. 09/15 (Q15-101)



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