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


Chapter 2 — After paragraph 39

Insert: 39.1      A large stone breakwater with a bent outer end is located 55 m (180 ft) east of the Public wharf at Carbonear. It extends 150 m (492 ft) from the shoreline in a southerly direction with its outer end situated about 66 m (217 ft) SE of the outer end of the Public wharf. A light (477.5) is shown from a mast on the outer end of the breakwater.

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 26

Delete: “St. John’s is an … derating exemption certificates.”
Replace by: The quarantine station for vessels arriving at the port of St. John’s is the Halifax Nova Scotia Quarantine Station. It can be contacted at 902-873-7659 (24 hour phone line) or by e-mail at quarantineeast@phac-aspc.gc.ca if notification is 48 hours or greater prior to arrival. (See Radio Aids to Marine Navigation.) Ship Sanitation Exemption and Control Certificates are issued in St. John’s by the Environmental Health Officer designated under the Quarantine Regulations.

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Chapter 3 — Table in the vicinity of paragraph 43, St. John’s Port Authority – Berths Make the following change in the “Remarks” column.

Berth Remarks
*18 Consists of three dolphins, 9 m (30 ft) square located 38, 76 and 128 m (125, 250 and 420 ft) ESE of the east end of Pier 17.

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 44, after “The port” and “inform the”

Delete: corporation
Replace by: authority

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 47, last line

Add: Shore power is available at St. John’s Port Authority Berths 6 to 8, 11, 17, 19 and 20.

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Chapter 4 — Paragraph 5, last line

Add: A submarine cable, extending in an ENE/WSW direction, is charted about 2.5 miles south of Nickerson Bank; cautionis advised.

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Chapter 5 — Paragraph 66

Delete: “10 to 14.7 m (33 to 48 feet) … 190 m (623 ft) long.”
Replace by: 12.5 to 13.1 m (41 to 43 ft) alongside the north face, 200 m (656 ft) long.

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Chapter 5 — Paragraph 66, last line

Add: A submarine pipeline originating about 0.4 mile east of the outer end of the Vale wharf extends into Long Harbour in a WSW direction for about 2.7 miles; caution is advised.

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