CEN 301 — ST. LAWRENCE RIVER, MONTRÉAL TO KINGSTON, SECOND EDITION, 2010


Chapter 1 — After paragraph 31

Insert: 31.1      Speed limit. — The maximum speed for small craft operators, at any time, is 5.4 knots (10 km/h) within 50 metres of the shore of Notre-Dame Island. Outside the area referred above, the maximum speed between 9:00 pm and 7:00 am, in any water body around the Island of Montréal, is 13.5 knots (25 km/h).

(Q2014-076.3)
(Monthly Edition No. 2/15)


Chapter 1 — After paragraph 64

Insert: 64.1      Speed limit. — In Lac Saint-Louis, the maximum speed for small craft operators, at any time, is 5.4 knots (10 km/h) within 50 metres of the shore of the Island of Montréal, except at René-Lévesque Park, at the entrance to Canal de Lachine, where the distance extends to 300 metres from shore. Outside the area referred above, the maximum speed between 9:00 pm and 7:00 am, in any water body around the Island of Montréal, is 13.5 knots (25 km/h).

(Q2014-076.4)
(Monthly Edition No. 2/15)


Chapter 2 — Paragraph 182

Delete: 24.4 m
Replace by: 9.6 m

(C2015-013.01)
(Monthly Edition No. 8/15)


Chapter 3 — Paragraph 43, after “least depth of”

Delete: 11.3 m
Replace by: 11.5 m

(C2015-003.01)
(Monthly Edition No. 5/15)


Chapter 3 — Paragraph 44

Delete: 255°
Replace by: 254½°

(C2015-003.02)
(Monthly Edition No. 5/15)


Chapter 3 — Paragraphs 60

Delete: 254½°
Replace by: 255°

(C2015-003.03)
(Monthly Edition No. 5/15)


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)
(Monthly Edition No. 9/15)


Chapter 3 — Delete paragraph 149

Replace by: 149      Small-craft facilities – Marinas at Ogdensburg can provide transient berths, gasoline, water, ice, electricity, pump-out facility, marine supplies and launching ramps.

(C2015-019.01)
(Monthly Edition No. 11/15)