ATL 111 — ST. LAWRENCE RIVER — ÎLE VERTE TO QUÉBEC AND FJORD DU SAGUENAY, THIRD EDITION, 2007


Chapter 2 — Paragraph 32, after “An approach channel,”

Delete: “30 m wide … (2009),”
Replace by: 20 m wide, and with a depth of 1.3 m (2017) in mid-channel,

(Q2017-043.1)
(Monthly Edition No. 01/18)


Chapter 3 — Delete paragraph 132

Replace by: 132       Haut-fond de la Grosse Île is a rocky ledge with a depth of 2 m situated 0.5 mile SE La Grosse Île wharf; it is 1.1 miles long extending in a NE/SW direction. Rocher de la Grosse Île, with a depth of 1.7 m, lies 0.2 mile ENE of the wharf and a drying rock of 1.1 m lies 0.3 mile to the NNE. Batture Sainte-Marguerite, drying at low water, is an extensive isolated rocky shoal area extending south from Île la Sottise and Île Sainte-Marguerite.

(Q2017-042.1)
(Monthly Edition No. 01/18)


INDEX — After “Grosse Île, La, C3/P129”

Insert: Grosse Île, Rocher de la, C3/P132

(Q2017-042.2)
(Monthly Edition No. 01/18)


INDEX — After “Sillery, C2/P113”

Insert: Sottise, Île la, C3/P132

(Q2017-042.3)
(Monthly Edition No. 01/18)