CEN 304 — DETROIT RIVER, LAKE ST. CLAIR, ST. CLAIR RIVER, FIRST EDITION, 1996


Chapter 1 — Delete paragraph 165

Replace by: 165      Generally, only local and pleasure craft use the channel on the north side of Belle Isle. The lower entrance is marked by a lighted buoy which marks a 6-foot [1.8-m] shoal that extends 0.5 [0.4] mile from the west end of Belle Isle. Scott Middle Ground is an extensive shoal area, with depths to 1 foot [0.3 m], between Belle Isle and the U.S. shore. Natural channels marked by buoys lead north and south of the shoal. The north channel has a controlling depth of about 18 feet [5.5 m]. Above Scott Middle Ground, a 12-foot [3.7-m] spot is marked on its north side by a buoy in midchannel north of Belle Isle. The upper entrance to the channel north of Belle Isle is through a dredged channel marked by lighted and unlighted buoys. A fixed highway bridge (Douglas McArthur Bridge) with a clearance of 32 feet [9.8 m] crosses from Detroit to the lower end of Belle Isle.

(C2014-007.01)
(Monthly Edition No. 5/14)


Chapter 1 — Delete paragraph 165 (Re: Correction promulgated in Monthly Edition No. 05/2014)

Replace by: 165      Generally, only local and pleasure craft use the channel on the north side of Belle Isle. The lower entrance is marked by a lighted buoy which marks a 6-foot [1.8-m] shoal that extends 0.5 [0.4] mile from the west end of Belle Isle. Scott Middle Ground is an extensive shoal area, with depths to 1 foot [0.3 m], between Belle Isle and the U.S. shore. Natural channels marked by buoys lead north and south of the shoal. The north channel has a controlling depth of about 18 feet [5.5 m]. Above Scott Middle Ground, a 12-foot [3.7-m] spot is marked on its north side by a buoy in midchannel north of Belle Isle. The upper entrance to the channel north of Belle Isle is through a dredged channel. A fixed highway bridge (Douglas McArthur Bridge) with a clearance of 32 feet [9.8 m] crosses from Detroit to the lower end of Belle Isle..

(C2014-017.001)
(Monthly Edition No. 9/14)


Chapter 3 — Delete paragraph 97.

(C2014-008.01)
(Monthly Edition No. 5/14)


Chapter 3 — Delete paragraph 123.

(C2014-010.01)
(Monthly Edition No. 6/14)