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


Chapter 1 — Paragraph 39

Delete: a jetty, 50 m (164 ft) long and

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Chapter 1 — Paragraph 53

Delete: “A floating … in 2004.”

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Chapter 1 — Paragraph 56

Delete: disrepair in 2006,
Replace by: ruins,

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Chapter 1 — Paragraph 78, after “rock breakwater”

Insert: , in ruins,

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Chapter 1 — Delete paragraph 79

Replace by: 79      A wharf in ruins is located on the north side of the inlet. The entrance to Trouty, adjacent to the previously described concrete and rock breakwater in ruins, is reported to nearly dry and is not accessible without local knowledge; caution is advised. A rock which dries is located about 91 m (299 ft) east of the concrete and rock breakwater in ruins. Another rock with an elevation of 0.6 m (2 ft) is located about 0.33 mile ESE of the inlet.

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Chapter 1 — Delete paragraph 107

Replace by: 107     The L-shaped wharf is in ruins. The adjacent repair building and marine railway are closed. A submarine cable extends near the wharf in ruins to a charted obstruction about 0.5 mile ENE; caution is advised.

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Chapter 1 — Paragraph 112

Delete: disrepair in 2006.
Replace by: ruins; caution is advised.

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Chapter 1 — Paragraph 117, after “wharf

Insert: in ruins,

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Chapter 1 — Paragraph 154

Delete: The Clarenville Drydock south wharf exten
Replace by: Adjacent to the south side of the Clarenville Drydock, there is a wharf extending

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Chapter 1 — Paragraph 155

Delete: north wharf
Replace by: wharf

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Chapter 1 — Paragraph 155

Delete: 500
Replace by: 600

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Chapter 1 — Paragraph 162, last line

Add: A light (466.2) is shown from a mast on the outer end of the stone breakwater.

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Chapter 1 — Delete paragraph 164 and the adjacent wharf pictograph.

Replace by: 164     A private pier is located at Shoal Harbour, about 0.7 mile NW of the Newfoundland Hardwoods wharf. A 4 m (13 ft) wide boat ramp is located alongside the pier.

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Chapter 2 — Paragraph 17

Delete: “A slipway … north side of the wharf.”

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 100, after “Another wharf,”

Delete: in disrepair in 2006,
Replace by: in ruins,

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 111

Delete: and a floating wharf

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Chapter 4 — Paragraph 35

Delete: “An L-shaped … St. Mary’s Harbour.”
Replace by: The charted Public wharf located at Graven Beach, on the west side near the head of St. Mary’s Harbour, has been removed.

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Chapter 4 — Adjacent to paragraph 35, delete the wharf pictograph.

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Chapter 4 — In the vicinity of paragraph 35

Delete GRAVEN BEACH Sailing Directions diagram and GRAVEN BEACH (2005) photograph.

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Chapter 4 — Paragraph 47, after “L-shaped Public wharf,”

Insert: in ruins,

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Chapter 4 — Paragraph 62, after “94 m (308 ft) long”

Insert: , in disrepair and barricaded,

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Chapter 5 — Delete paragraph 66

Replace by: 66      The Vale wharf, 260 m (853 ft) long, is located about 1.2 miles east of Crawley Island. A dolphin extension, 38 m (125 ft) long, is joined to the outer end of the main structure by a catwalk. A light (privately maintained) is shown from the NW corner of the dolphin. There are depths of 10 to 14.7 m (33 to 48 ft) alongside the north face, 190 m (623 ft) long. The south face of the wharf contains a conveyor system and cannot be used for berthing vessels. Two large tanks and several large buildings are located adjacent to the wharf. Two large cranes and hoppers that travel on a track system operate on and adjacent to the wharf.

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Chapter 5 — Paragraph 69

Delete: disrepair
Replace by: ruins

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Chapter 5 — In the vicinity of paragraph 106

Replace the ARNOLD’S COVE diagram with the new one provided in Section 4 of this Monthly Edition.

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Chapter 5 — Paragraph 106

Delete: “A light (38.7) … west Public wharf.”

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Chapter 5 — Paragraph 106, last line

Add: There is a stone breakwater with a bent outer end extending 125 m (410 ft) in a northerly direction from the shore, located about 100 m (328 ft) west of the westernmost Public wharf at Arnold’s Cove. A light (38.7) is shown from a mast on the outer end of the stone breakwater.

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Chapter 6 — Paragraph 60

Delete: “A no anchorage area, … caution is advised.”

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Chapter 6 — Paragraph 108, after “electricity is available.”

Insert: A large stone breakwater is located close SE of the Public wharf. A light (62.1) is shown from a mast on the outer end of the stone breakwater.

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Chapter 6 — Paragraph 241, after “west side”

Insert: and outer end

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APPENDICES — Marine Repair Facilities Table

Delete: 500
Replace by: 600

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