ATL 108 — GOLFE DU SAINT-LAURENT (PARTIE SUD-OUEST), PREMIÈRE ÉDITION, 2006


Chapter 1 — After paragraph 4

Insert: 4.1      The hourly surface currents forecasts for the Gulf of St. Lawrence are available on the St. Lawrence Global Observatory Web site at www.ogsl.ca (click on the Ocean Forecasts tab). You can obtain hourly details of the direction and speed of surface currents forecasted for the next 48 hours.

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Chapter 1 — Before paragraph 36


Chapter 1 — In the vicinity of paragraph 43, top left hand column

Delete: Charts 4462, 4306
Replace by: Charts 4462, 4302

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Chapter 1 — Before paragraph 45

Delete: Chart 4306
Replace by: Chart 4302

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Chapter 1 — In the vicinity of paragraph 48, top left hand column

Delete: Chart 4306
Replace by: Chart 4302

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Chapter 1 — Paragraph 120, after “4 feet (1.2 m) alongside.”

Insert: There is a boat basin on the east side of the wharf. A rock breakwater extends west and south from the stem of the wharf to form a second boat basin with an entrance 66 feet (20 m) wide. A light (950.3), with a green and white daymark, is shown from a mast on the outer end of the breakwater.

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Chapter 1 — Paragraph 157

Delete: Starboard hand light buoy NN2 (970.5)
Replace by: East cardinal light buoy NN (970.4)

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Chapter 1 — Paragraph 228, after “North cardinal light and”

Delete: whistle
Replace by: bell

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Chapter 2 — After paragraph 12

Insert: 12.1      The hourly surface currents forecasts for the Gulf of St. Lawrence are available on the St. Lawrence Global Observatory Web site at www.ogsl.ca (click on the Ocean Forecasts tab). You can obtain hourly details of the direction and speed of surface currents forecasted for the next 48 hours

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Chapter 2 — In the vicinity of paragraph 38

        Replace the GRANDE-ENTRÉE diagram with the new one provided in Section 4 of this Monthly Edition.

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Chapter 2 — In the vicinity of paragraph 50

Replace the POINTE-BASSE diagram with the new one provided in Section 4 of this Monthly Edition.

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Chapter 2 — Delete paragraph 54

Replace by: 54      A fixed highway bridge, with a restricted vertical clearance, spans the harbour. The channel under the bridge leads into Lagune du Havre aux Maisons. An overhead cable, with a vertical clearance of 10 m, is 0.2 mile upstream of the bridge. A submerged crib, at a depth of 1 m, is on the west shore, immediately upstream of the overhead cable.

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Chapter 2 — Delete paragraph 55

Replace by: 55      Inside Lagune du Havre aux Maisons and near Pointe à Mounette there are wharves, a marina (Club nautique du Chenal), launching ramps and a fish plant. The wharves are partially in ruins. See the Appendix for marina facilities.

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Chapter 2 — After paragraph 62

Insert: 62.1      A seasonal floating wharf, used as a landing pier for cruise ships’ shuttles, is attached to the spur wharf in the SW part of the basin.

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Chapter 2 — Paragraph 85 (Re: Correction promulgated in Monthly Edition No. 4/2012)

Delete: a depth of 2.5 m (2011)
Replace by: depths of 1.9 to 2.4 m (2013)

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Chapter 2 — In the vicinity of paragraph 85

Replace the L’ÎLE-D’ENTRÉE diagram with the new one provided in Section 4 of this Monthly Edition.

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Chapter 2 — Paragraph 93, after “(See the”

Delete: Millerand
Replace by: L’Anse-à-la-Cabane

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Chapter 2 — In the vicinity of paragraph 93

Replace the L’ANSE-À-LA-CABANE diagram with the new one provided in Section 4 of this Monthly Edition.

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Chapter 2 — Paragraph 112 (Re: Correction promulgated in Monthly Edition No. 5/2011)

Delete: 1.6 m (2010)
Replace by: 2 m (2013)

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Chapter 2 — Paragraph 112 (Re: Correction promulgated in Monthly Edition No. 4/2012)

Delete: 1.7 m (2010)
Replace by: 1.5 m (2013)

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Chapter 2 — In the vicinity of paragraph 112

Replace the GROSSE-ÎLE-NORD diagram with the new one provided in Section 4 of this Monthly Edition.

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Chapter 3 — After paragraph 1

Insert: 1.1      The hourly surface currents forecasts for the Gulf of St. Lawrence are available on the St. Lawrence Global Observatory Web site at www.ogsl.ca (click on the Ocean Forecasts tab). You can obtain hourly details of the direction and speed of surface currents forecasted for the next 48 hours

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 47

Delete: “Leading lights … reach of the river.”
Replace by: Norway Point is located to the west of the Pictou wharves. Starboard hand light buoy SJ20 (908.3) lies 0.5 mile SE of Norway Point and marks the entrance to a narrow channel in the first reach of the river.

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 84, after “light buoy UK2 (925.2).”

Delete: “A light (926) is shown ... of Pugwash Point.”
Replace by: Fishing Point is 0.4 mile SW of Pugwash Point.

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 99, last line

Add: Fairway light buoy UP (940.3) is moored 0.23 mile NE of the entrance to the channel.

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 100, after “open to east winds.”

Delete: “A light (941) is shown ... on Coldspring Head (45°58’N, 63°52’W).”

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Chapter 3 — Adjacent to paragraph 100, delete the light pictograph.

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Chapter 3 — Delete paragraph 159 and the adjacent light pictograph

Replace by: 159      The approach to Victoria Harbour is marked by buoys. Fairway light buoy NX (1009.11) is moored 1 mile south of Cameron Point. A beach, comprised of mud and sand, lies on the eastern side of the approach; the NE extent of Tryon Shoals lies on the western side. Both the beach and shoals are submerged at high tide.

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Chapter 3 — Delete paragraph 160

Replace by: 160      Victoria Harbour is entered east of Pauls Bluff, through a narrow, buoyed channel. Owing to changing channel conditions, the buoys may be moved to suit the best channel. A light is shown from a white square tower with a red stripe, in the village of Victoria.

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Chapter 3 — Adjacent to paragraph 160, add a light pictograph.

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Chapter 4 — Delete paragraph 23

Replace by: 23      Navigation beacons are situated on the southern end of Portage Island.

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Chapter 4 — Delete paragraph 25

Replace by: 25      Beacons and Leading Lights. — Navigation beacons, situated at the southern end of Portage Island, facilitate passage over the Horse Shoe Bar.

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Chapter 4 — After paragraph 69

Insert: 69.1      The hourly surface currents forecasts for the Gulf of St. Lawrence are available on the St. Lawrence Global Observatory Web site at www.ogsl.ca (click on the Ocean Forecasts tab). You can obtain hourly details of the direction and speed of surface currents forecasted for the next 48 hours.

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Chapter 4 — After paragraph 96

Insert: 96.1      The hourly surface currents forecasts for the Gulf of St. Lawrence are available on the St. Lawrence Global Observatory Web site at www.ogsl.ca (click on the Ocean Forecasts tab). You can obtain hourly details of the direction and speed of surface currents forecasted for the next 48 hours.

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Chapter 4 — Delete paragraph 110

Replace by: 110      A navigation beacon is situated on Pointe à Peinture.

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Chapter 4 — Paragraph 174 (Re: Correction promulgated in Monthly Edition No. 4/2012)

Delete: are of 2.4 to 3.4 m (2011)
Replace by: are of 2.2 to 3.5 m (2012)

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Chapter 4 — Paragraph 197

Delete: There is a fishermen’s harbour
Replace by: A former fishermen’s harbour, no longer maintained, is

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Chapter 4 — Paragraph 216, after “launching ramp

Delete: and floating docks

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Chapter 4 — In the vicinity of paragraph 217

Replace the SAINT-GODEFROI diagram with the new one provided in Section 4 of this Monthly Edition.

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Chapter 4 — Paragraph 268, after “channel is marked by”

Delete: “buoys and above Pointe au Chêne, … by dredging.”
Replace by: buoys; between Pointe au Chêne and Campbellton, it is no longer maintained by dredging.

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Chapter 4 — Delete paragraph 269 and the light pictograph pertaining to it.

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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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INDEX — After “Cameron Island, 75”

Insert: Cameron Point, 78

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