CEN 304 — DETROIT RIVER, LAC SAINTE-CLAIRE, ST. CLAIR RIVER, PREMIÈRE ÉDITION, 1996


Chapitre 1 — Paragraphe 24, après «câbles sous-marins gisant»

Supprimer : «immédiatement au Sud … [85,3 m] au large de la rive.»
Remplacer par : au Sud et au Nord des culées s’orientent dans la même direction.

(C2013-021.01)
(Édition mensuelle n° 10/13)


Chapitre 1 — Avant le paragraphe 27

Supprimer : Lower Livingstone Channel
Remplacer par : Cours inférieur de Livingstone Channel

(Édition mensuelle n° 7/13)


Chapter 1 — Delete paragraph 118.

(C2013-013.01)
(Édition mensuelle n° 7/13)


Chapter 1 — After paragraph 117

Insert: 118      Above Fighting Island, for about 9 [7.8] miles to Belle Isle, the Detroit River narrows into a single channel from 0.35 to 0.5 [0.3 to 0.43] mile wide. In this stretch the river is generally clear, with depths of 29 to 43 feet [8.8 to 13.1 m] at midriver. Buoys mark the principal shoals that extend off the banks of the river.

(C2013-018.01)
(Édition mensuelle n° 8/13)


Chapter 1 — Delete paragraph 123

Replace by: 123      The Federal Project provides for a depth of 21 feet [6.4 m] in Short Cut Canal 21 and River Rouge to a turning basin at the head of the project, with 21 feet [6.4 m] in the basin. Old Channel has a project depth of 25 feet [7.6 m] from the entrance to just below the first bascule bridge, thence 18 feet [5.5 m] to about 0.5 [0.4] mile above the mouth, thence 17 feet [5.2 m] to the junction with Short Cut Canal 21. (See Notice to Mariners and latest editions of charts for controlling depths.) The north side of the entrance to Short Cut Canal 21 is marked by a lighted buoy. Rapid shoaling occurs in the canal and river because of the soft bottom. A number of cables, water mains, and tunnels cross under the canal and river; masters should exercise caution when dropping anchors.

(C2013-002.01)
(Édition mensuelle n° 2/13)


Chapter 2 — Delete paragraph 11

Replace by : 11      The main vessel route across Lake St. Clair is through the dredged channel that leads from the head of the Detroit River northeast for about 16 [13.9] miles to St. Clair Cutoff Channel at the mouth of the St. Clair River. The channel is well marked throughout its length by lights and lighted and unlighted buoys, and at its lower end by a 227.7° lighted range northeast of Peche Island. A racon is at the front range light. The front range light should not be passed close aboard, even by vessels of shallow draft. Lake St. Clair Light (42°27'55"N., 82°45'15"W.), 52 feet [15.8 m] above the water, is shown from a white square tower on a cylindrical base on the northwest side of the channel at the slight turn near its midpoint. A radar beacon (Racon) is at the light.

(C2013-013.02)
(Édition mensuelle n° 7/13)


Chapter 2 — Delete paragraph 110

Replace by : 110      Salt River flows into the northwest side of Anchor Bay about 4 [3.5] miles north from the mouth of the Clinton River. The entrance to the river is marked by a private 018° lighted range. Several submerged concrete remains of former light structures are in the entrance channel; caution is advised. A slow-no wake speed is enforced in the Salt River. Marinas in the lower part of the river provide gasoline, diesel fuel, water, ice, sewage pump-out, marine supplies, hull and engine repairs, marine railways to 45 feet [13.7 m] and hoists to 25 tons [22.7 tonnes].

(C2013-023.01)
(Édition mensuelle n° 11/13)


Chapter 3 — Paragraph 14, after “light, and a

Delete: 041°
Replace by: 041.1°

(C2013-013.03)
(Édition mensuelle n° 7/13)


Chapter 3 — Paragraph 169, after “Fort Gratiot Light

Delete: (43°00.4'N., 82°25.4'W.)
Replace by: (43°00'23"N., 82°25'21"W.)

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(Édition mensuelle n° 7/13)


Chapter 3 — Delete paragraph 170

Replace by : 170      A 207.6° lighted range on the west side of the river 0.5 [0.4] mile below the Blue Water Bridge marks the channel through the head of the river to just below the bridge.

(C2013-011.01)
(Édition mensuelle n° 6/13)


APPENDICES — Page 41, after “SEARCH AND RESCUE

Delete: “CALL COLLECT BY … 1-800-661-5631
Replace by: JRCC Victoria (British Columbia and Yukon) 1-800-567-5111
                   +1-250-413-8933 (Satellite, Local or out of area)
                   # 727 (Cellular)
                   +1-250-413-8932 (fax)
                   jrccvictoria@sarnet.dnd.ca (Email)

                   JRCC Trenton (In Canada) 1-800-267-7270
                   +1-613-965-3870 (Satellite, Local or Out of Area)
                   +1-613-965-7279 (fax)
                   jrcctrenton@sarnet.dnd.ca (Email)

                   MRSC Québec (Quebec Region) 1-800-463-4393
                   +1-418-648-3599 (Satellite, Local or out of area)
                   +1-418-648-3614 (fax)
                   mrscqbc@dfo-mpo.gc.ca (Email)

                   JRCC Halifax (Maritimes Region) 1-800-565-1582
                   1-800-563-2444 (Newfoundland & Labrador Region)
                   +1-902-427-8200 (Satellite, Local or out of area)
                   +1-902-427-2114 (fax)
                   jrcchalifax@sarnet.dnd.ca (Email)

(C2012-096.01)
(Édition mensuelle n° 1/13)