ATL 102 — NEWFOUNDLAND — EAST AND SOUTH COASTS, SECOND EDITION, 2008


Chapter 1 — Paragraph 4, last line

Add: An Ocean Data Acquisition System (ODAS private light buoy is moored about 2 miles NE of Spillars Point.

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Chapter 1 — Delete paragraph 162

Replace by: 162     On the SW side of Dark Hole is the Clarenville Marina. The marina, which can accommodate 70 boats, consists of floating wharves which are equipped with 15 and 30 amp electric power; fresh water is available. Protection is afforded by a stone breakwater which extends 105 m (344 ft) SE from the shore, close north of the marina. A light (466.2) is shown from a mast on the outer end of the breakwater.

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Chapter 1 — In the vicinity of paragraph 162

Replace the CLARENVILLE ROTARY MARINA (2004) photograph with the new one, CLARENVILLE MARINA (2013), provided in Section 4 of this Monthly Edition.

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Chapter 1 — Paragraph 206

Delete: “A sector light (467.4) … of Masters Head.”

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Chapter 1 — Adjacent to paragraph 206, delete the light pictograph.

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Chapter 1 — Delete paragraph 206.1.

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Chapter 1 — Delete paragraph 210

Replace by: 210       The Bull Arm Hook-up Quay, 171 m (561 ft) long, is located on the SW corner of Big Mosquito Cove. It has depths of 8.3 and 9.5 m (27 and 31 ft) charted alongside its east and west sides, respectively.

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Chapter 1 — Delete paragraph 211

Replace by: 211       The Topsides Pier, 140 m (459 ft) long, has a depth of 12.9 m (42 ft) alongside its outer end, 50 m (164 ft) long. There is a least depth of 9.7 m (32 ft) alongside the west side of the pier. A least depth of 10.2 m (33 ft) is charted alongside the outer 100 m (328 ft) length of the east side of the pier. A private light is located on the SW outer corner of the pier. A 165 m (541 ft) long wharf with a least depth of 8.1m (27 ft) extends in a NE direction from the inner end of the Topsides Pier.

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Chapter 1 — Paragraph 252

Delete: “A floating breakwater … end of the floating breakwater.”

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Chapter 2 — Paragraph 14

Delete: “Starboard hand light buoy … end of the breakwater.”
Replace by: Starboard and port hand light buoys CV2 (474) and CV3 (474.1), moored close off the breakwaters, mark the approach to Bay de Verde Harbour.

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 2

Delete: “A fog signal (499.09) … points 066°.”

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 17, last line

Add: A submarine cable extends from the mouth of Logy Bay to a point 1.3 miles NE, where it turns and extends offshore in a SE direction; caution is advised.

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Chapter 3 — Table in the vicinity of paragraph 46, St. John’s Port Authority – Private Berths Delete the information and replace with the following in the “Depth” column.

Berth Depth †
22 Under construction (2016)
23 Under construction (2016)

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 88, last line

Add: A submarine cable extends in an easterly direction from the centre of Cape Broyle Harbour near its mouth. After leaving Cape Broyle Harbour, it extends north to a point about 2 miles NE of Old Harry before turning back southward to resume its easterly direction offshore; caution is advised.

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Chapter 3 — Delete paragraph 103

Replace by: 103    Close south of the churches, there is an L-shaped Public wharf adjacent to a fish plant. The wharf extends 38 m (125 ft) from the shore and has depths of 2.4 to 4.2 m (8 to 14 ft) alongside the east face of the wharf’s outer section, 45 m (148 ft) long. Depths of 3.3 to 4.2 m (11 to 14 ft) are located alongside the west face of the outer section. There are depths of 1.2 to 2.3 m (4 to 8 ft) along both sides of the inner section of the wharf. A shoal with a least depth of 0.6 m (2 ft) and marked by starboard hand light buoy MA2 (509.5) lies close ESE of the wharf; caution is advised.

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 104

Delete: “Another public wharf … south of the outer end of the wharf.”
Replace by: Another L-shaped Public wharf extends from the shore about 0.2 mile west of the fish plant. The inner end of the wharf is 48 m (157 ft) long. It has a depth of 4.2 m (14 ft) alongside the outer 30 m (98 ft) length of its east side. The outer 27 m (89 ft) length of the west side of the inner section of the wharf has a depth of 3.9 m (13 ft) alongside. The outer section of the wharf, 27 m (89 ft) long, has depths of 3.7 to 4 m (12 to 13 ft) alongside its north face. The south face of the outer end has depths of 3.8 to 4 m (12 to 13 ft) alongside. A shoal, with a least depth of 0.9 m (3 ft), is located about 16 m (52 ft) west of the outer end of the wharf; caution is advised.

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Chapter 6 — Paragraph 71, last line

Add: Cautionary light buoy PML (63.535), marking several rocks dangerous to navigation, is moored about 150 m (492 ft) NNW of the previously described bridge

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Chapter 6 — Delete paragraph 78.

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