CEN 305 — LAC HURON, ST. MARYS RIVER, LAC SUPÉRIEUR, PREMIÈRE ÉDITION, 2000


Chapter 1 — Paragraph 15, after “Fort Gratiot Light

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Chapter 3 — Delete paragraph 40

Replace by : 40      De Tour Village, MI, is on the west side of De Tour Passage northwest of Frying Pan Island. A ferry for passengers, autos, and limited freight operates year round from the village across the passage to Drummond Island. Small craft landing at De Tour Village must take care to avoid submerged cribs and dock ruins. A Michigan State Waterways Commission small-craft harbor protected by a breakwater marked by a light on the south end, is about 400 yards [366 m] north of the ferry pier. Transient berths, gasoline, diesel fuel, water, electricity, sewage pump-out facility, marine supplies, a launching ramp, a 25-ton [22.7-tonne] lift for hull and engine repair, and harbormaster services are available. The harbormaster monitors VHF-FM channels 16 and 9.

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 43, after “Gaffney Point

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 51, after “Point aux Frenes

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 54, after “marked by a

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Chapter 3 — Delete paragraph 70

Replace by : 70      Course 5 leads northwest from the lower end of Lake Nicolet for about 4.5 [3.9] miles to the junction with the downbound channel near midlake. The east side of the channel has a depth of 21 feet [6.4 m] for a width of 200 feet [61 m] and the west side of the channel has a depth of 27 feet [8.2 m] for a least width of 300 feet [91 m]. The east and west sides of the channel are marked at the lower end by a 150.5° lighted range.

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Chapter 3 — Delete paragraph 78

Replace by : 78      Course 3 and Course 4 upbound and downbound, lead through the middle part of Lake Nicolet from the vicinity of Ninemile Point (46°23'36"N., 84°13'42"W.) north-northwest for 3.5 [3] miles to Six Mile Point. The channel has a depth of 29 feet [8.8 m] for a width of 1,500 feet [457 m]. The upbound (east) side of the channel is marked by a 339.5° lighted range.

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 78 (Re: Correction promulgated in Monthly Edition No. 7/2013)

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 80, after “ downbound, and a ” (Re: Correction promulgated in Monthly Edition No. 8/2011)

Delete: 323.3° lighted range …153°
Replace by: 323.4° lighted range at Frechette Point (46°27'30"N., 84°17'00"W.) marks Course 3 upbound. A 153.1°

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 82, after “Mission Point

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 85, after “lower end by a

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 103, after “marked by a

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 113, after “made on the

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 165, after “channel is marked by

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 167, after “Pointe aux Pins, ON (” (Re: Correction promulgated in Monthly Edition No. 8/2011)

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Chapter 3 — Delete paragraph 176

Replace by : 176      At the turn at the upper end of Brush Point Course the dredged channel flares broadly to the west. Birch Point Course leads northwest from the turn for about 4 [3.6] miles to the deep water in Whitefish Bay and includes dredged cuts through Point Iroquois Shoals and Gros Cap Reefs, ON. The channel has a depth of 30 feet [9.1 m] and is marked at the lower end by a 138.6° lighted range on Birch Point (46°26'00"N., 84°31'24"W.). A lighted midchannel buoy is on the range line in the turn.

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Chapter 3 — Delete paragraph 178

Replace by : 178      Small-craft facility..–A small-craft facility is at the north end of Waiska Bay and can provide transient slips, gasoline, diesel fuel, electricity and water. In 1987, a reported controlling depth of 2 feet [0.6 m] was available in the approaches to the facility.

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 179, after “Point Iroquois, MI

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Chapter 4 — Paragraph 11, after “Point Iroquois

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Chapter 4 — Paragraph 17

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Chapter 4 — Delete paragraph 21

Replace by: 21      A lighthouse at Crisp Point and the buildings at the abandoned Coast Guard station at Vermilion Point, 4.5 [3.9] miles east of Crisp Point, are good landmarks.

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Chapter 5 — Paragraph 126, after “1944. The mills”

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Chapter 5 — Paragraph 127, after “outer end, respectively (1988).”

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Chapter 5 — Paragraph 130, after “private airport is”

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Chapter 7 — Paragraph 125, after “Street, Houghton,

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Chapter 7 — Delete paragraph 127

Replace by: 127      Blake Point, the northeasternmost point of Isle Royale, forms the south entrance point to Duncan Bay. Blake Point Light (48°11'28"N., 88°25'20"W.), 40 feet [12.2 m] above the water, is shown from a skeleton tower and a red and white diamond-shaped daymark on the point. An 11-foot [3.4-m] shoal is 0.3 [0.26] mile east of the light. Five Foot Reef, 0.9 [0.8] mile east of the light, has a least depth of 4 feet [1.2 m] and is marked on the south side by a buoy. A 13-foot [4-m] shoal is 1.2 [1] miles east of the light.

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Chapter 7 — Delete paragraph 128

Replace by: 128      Passage Island Light (48°13'25"N., 88°21'56"W.), 78 feet [23.8 m] above the water, is shown from an octagonal tower on the southwest end of Passage Island, MI, 3.5 [3] miles northeast of Blake Point. A mariner radio activated sound signal and racon are at the light. The sound signal is initiated by keying the microphone five times on VHF-FM channel 83A.

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Chapter 7 — Paragraph 133, after “that extends 0.3

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Chapter 7 — Paragraph 140, after “Street, Houghton,

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Chapter 7 — Paragraph 141, after “extend no more than 0.2

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Chapter 7 — Paragraph 148, after “Point Houghton

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Chapter 7 — Paragraph 149, after “Isle Royale Light

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Chapter 7 — Paragraph 156, after “Street, Houghton,

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APPENDICES — Page 109

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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