ATL 109 — GULF OF ST. LAWRENCE (NORTHEAST PORTION), FIRST EDITION, 2006


Inside front and back covers of the booklet

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Chapter 1 — After paragraph 3

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Chapter 1 — Paragraph 38

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Chapter 1 — Paragraph 39

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Replace by: 33-foot (10 m) wide outer end; local knowledge is required. Underwater rock cribs from a previous wharf section extend 30 feet (9 m) SE from the outer end of the wharf; caution is advised.

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Chapter 1 — Paragraph 40

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Chapter 1 — Paragraph 76, after “(1.3 to 1.9 m) alongside.”

Insert: In 2012, an additional 49 feet (15 m) long section was added to the outer end of the Public wharf. A crib measuring 39 by 26 feet (12 by 8 m) and connected to the shore on its south side by a stone breakwater has been constructed about 49 feet (15 m) east of the outer end of the Public wharf. There is a depth of 6 feet (1.7 m) between the outer end of the Public wharf and the crib.

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Chapter 1 — Paragraph 83

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Chapter 1 — Paragraph 146

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Chapter 1 — Paragraph 157, last line

Add: Caution is advised along the shoreline near Pointe Amour and the charted wreck due to the presence of unexploded ordnance.

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Chapter 2 — Paragraph 40

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Chapter 2 — Paragraph 103, after “is shown from a tower”

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Chapter 2 — Paragraph 165, after “is shown from a tower”

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Chapter 2 — Paragraph 172, after “pier for the shuttle.” (Re: correction promulgated in Monthly Edition No. 3/2012)

Add: There is also a slipway on a point 0.2 mile north of this wharf.

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 12

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 13

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 17

Delete: “depths of 9 to 12 feet (2.7 to 3.7 m) … SE end of the previous wharf.”
Replace by: a depth of 10 feet (3.1 m) alongside the south face of the outer end 112 feet (34 m) long. A light (216.7) is shown from a mast on the outer end of the Public wharf. Caution is advised as depths of 8 feet (2.5 m) are located 49 feet (15 m) north and east of the outer end of the wharf. Another wharf with depths of 6 to 12 feet (1.8 to 3.8 m) extends 282 feet (86 m) SE from the inner end of the previously described Public wharf. At the SE end of this wharf a pier extends 118 feet (36 m). The pier has a depth of 13 feet (3.9 m) alongside its NW face.

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 19

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Replace by: 6 feet (1.9 m) alongside an outer section 108 feet (33 m) long and 20 feet (6 m) wide. A depth of 6 feet (1.7 m) lies close off the outer end of the Public wharf. A floating wharf is moored about 66 feet (20 m) east of the inner end of the wharf. Several buildings stand alongside the wharf.

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 23

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Replace by: A Public wharf extends 20 feet (6 m) to a depth of 1 foot (0.2 m) alongside a 31-foot (9.3 m) wide outer face.

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 26

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Delete: “138 feet (42 m) … 56 feet (17 m) long.”
Replace by: 102 feet (31 m) from the shore at the south entrance point to the cove to depths of 5 to 7 feet (1.6 to 2 m) alongside the seaward face of the outer end, 102 feet (31 m) long.

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 51, after “Public wharf

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 96, after “located at the settlement.”

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 144

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 148, last line

Add: Construction was ongoing on the north side of the wharf in 2012. Caution is advised as exposed piling may be present.

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 150 (Re: Correction promulgated in Monthly Edition No. 9/2007)

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 162, after “Tuckers Head. The wharf”

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Chapter 4 — Paragraph 33

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Replace by: There is a T-shaped Public wharf with a depth of 15 feet (4.6 m) alongside an outer face 92 feet (28 m) long. A floating wharf is moored close south of the Public wharf.

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Chapter 4 — Paragraph 52, after “outer end.”

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Chapter 4 — Paragraph 76

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Replace by: depths of 6 to 8 feet (1.7 to 2.5 m)

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Chapter 4 — Paragraph 100

Delete: “, two stone breakwaters … breakwater nearly dries”
Replace by: there is a slipway

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Chapter 4 — Delete paragraph 104

Replace by: 104      Fox Island River flows into the bay 3.6 miles SSW of Broad Cove Point. In this vicinity the coast is bordered by a shoal bank. The mouth of the river is bordered on the north side by a steel sheathed and stone breakwater. A light (185.9) is shown from a mast on the outer end of the north breakwater. The south breakwater consists of steel sheathing. A light (185.8) is shown from a mast on the outer end of the south breakwater. The breakwaters are 105 feet (32 m) apart and depths of 2 to 5 feet (0.6 to 1.5 m) exist across a sandbar at the mouth of the channel. During times of strong outflow from the river a confused sea is reported to be experienced near the outer end of the breakwaters; caution is advised. A Public wharf , 160 feet (49 m) long with depths of 5 to 9 feet (1.4 to 2.7 m) alongside its east and west sides respectively, is situated adjacent to the south breakwater. The area close east of the east end of the wharf dries. Caution is advised as silting is reported near the wharf and in the approach to the entrance channel. The settlement of Fox Island River lies adjacent to the south side of the river.

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Chapter 4 — Paragraph 155

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Chapter 4 — Paragraph 162

Delete: A fish plant stands at the inner end of this wharf.

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Chapter 4 — Paragraph 171, last line

Add: The entrance to Fischells Brook is marked by starboard and port hand light buoys XE2 (175.98) and XE1 (175.99). A small wharf and slipway, used by fishers with local knowledge and small boats, are located close within the entrance; caution is advised.

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Chapter 4 — Paragraph 176

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APPENDICES — Page 133

Delete: “EMERGENCY — MARINE/AIR … 1-709-772-5151”
Replace by: WHERE TO CALL FOR SEARCH AND RESCUE
                   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)

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APPENDICES — Table Marine Repair Facilities

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APPENDICES — Distress, page 112

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