ATL 108 — GULF OF ST. LAWRENCE (SOUTHWEST PORTION), FIRST EDITION, 2006


Chapter 1 — Delete paragraph 44.

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Chapter 1 — Adjacent to paragraph 44, delete the light pictograph.

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Chapter 1 — Paragraph 47

Delete: 150 feet (46 m)
Replace by: 141 feet (43 m)

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Chapter 1 — Paragraph 78, after “two rock breakwaters.”

Insert: A light (888.5) is shown from a mast at the outside end of the north breakwater.

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Chapter 1 — Adjacent to paragraph 78, add a light pictograph.

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Chapter 1 — Paragraph 131

Delete: “Leading lights (955, 956) … tower with a red stripe.”
Replace by: There is a channel 0.2 mile wide between these dangers. St. Andrew Point (Wightmans Point) is on the south side of the approach to Georgetown Harbour.

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Chapter 1 — Paragraph 175

Delete: “Lights (1040.2, 1040.5) … each breakwater.”
Replace by: A light (1040.2) is shown from a mast, having a green, white and black daymark, on the outer end of the east breakwater. A light (1040.5) is shown from a skeleton tower on the outer end of the west breakwater.

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Chapter 1 — Paragraph 186

Delete: “A light (1049.8) … at this NE corner.”

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Chapter 1 — Paragraph 212, after “Oyster Point.”

Delete: “A light (1074) … outer end of the wharf.”

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Chapter 1 — Adjacent to paragraph 212, delete the light pictograph.

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Chapter 1 — Paragraph 227, last line

Add: A privately maintained light (1036.1) is shown from the north breakwater.

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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 — Paragraph 50, after “rock-fill and extends into a”

Delete: 30 m
Replace by: 140 m

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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 51 and adjacent light pictograph.

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Chapter 2 — Paragraph 63, after “Ro-Ro ramp, with”

Delete: a depth (2010) of 5.6 m
Replace by: depths (2016) of 4.8 to 5.4 m

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Chapter 2 — Paragraph 63

Delete: (2010) alongside it vary from 4.9 to 7.2 m
Replace by: (2016) alongside it vary from 5.1 to 6.9 m

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Chapter 2 — Paragraph 63

Delete: (2016) alongside it vary from 5.1 to 6.9 m
Replace by: (2017) alongside it vary from 5.4 to 6.1 m

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Chapter 2 — Paragraph 65, after “from 24 to 30 m”

Delete: a depth (2010) of 1.3 m
Replace by: a minimal depth (2016) of 1 m

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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 85

Delete: “The public wharf … 90 m in length.”
Replace by: A public wharf, protected by a breakwater to the SW, has a 90 m long east face of which the ferry uses the first 38 metres at its north end.

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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 101, after “north breakwater;”

Delete: in 2009, it offered depths varying from 0.1 to 1.6 m
Replace by: in 2015, it offered depths varying from 0.1 to 1.5 m

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Chapter 2 — Paragraph 101, after “L-shaped and 123 m by 73 m —”

Delete: has (2009) depths which vary from 0.3 to 2.1 m
Replace by: has depths (2015) which vary from 0.2 to 1.3 m; its rock filled outer end protects the wharf

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Chapter 2 — In the vicinity of paragraph 101

Replace the L’ÉTANG-DU-NORD diagram with the new one provided in Section 4 of this Monthly Edition.

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Chapter 2 — In the vicinity of paragraph 108

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

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Chapter 2 — After paragraph 108

Insert: 108.1    Due to continuous silting, mariners should expect to find less water in some places. For the latest information on depths, it is recommended to check with the appropriate local authority.

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Chapter 2 — Adjacent to paragraph 108.1, add a caution pictograph.

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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 2 — Paragraph 112

Delete: “A light (1481.5), … of the north breakwater.”

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Chapter 2 — Paragraph 112

Delete: A second light Replace by: A light

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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 — Paragraph 30, after “Lighthouse Beach.”

Insert: The leading lights are remotely activated by VHF Radio. To activate: depress radio microphone switch 5 times within 5 seconds, on VHF channel 65A (156.275 MHz). The lights will activate for 30 minutes, and if additional time is required, this procedure can be repeated.

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 52

Delete: “A light (900) … end of this breakwater.”

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 197, after “A light (1028.2)

Insert: , having a red and white daymark with a green square in the center,

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 201, after “entrance to the pond.”

Insert: A light (1033.5), shown from a skeleton tower having green and white daymarks, is at the outer end of the north breakwater. The reef is marked by an east cardinal light buoy DPB (1032.35) and a south cardinal light buoy DPA (1032.45).

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 221, after “north channel to the inner channel.”

Delete: “Shediac Harbour … daymarks with red stripes.”

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 224, after “west side of basin.”

Insert: A light (1110.5), shown from a skeleton tower having a red and white daymark, is situated on the north end of the Public wharf.

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Chapter 3 — Adjacent to paragraph 224, add a light pictograph.

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 255, after “deck is 2.1 m.”

Insert: A light (1152.5) is shown from a mast having a green, white and black daymark, at the north end of the wharf.

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Chapter 3 — Adjacent to paragraph 255, add a light pictograph.

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Chapter 4 — Paragraph 35, after “from red daymarks with”

Delete: white
Replace by: black

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Chapter 4 — Delete paragraph 57 and the adjacent light pictograph.

Replace by: 57    On the north bank of the river, at the western end of Wright Bank, is the indentation of French Fort Cove. Close SW is the city of Newcastle.

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Chapter 4 — Paragraph 82

Delete: “Starboard hand light buoy TJ2 … to the gully.”
Replace by: Fairway light and bell buoy TJ (1248) is moored about 1.2 miles SSE of the entrance to the gully.
A racon (• —) operates from this buoy.

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Chapter 4 — Paragraph 82

Delete: 1.2 miles SSE
Replace by: 0.8 mile SE

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Chapter 4 — Paragraph 109

Delete: “ light (1306) … of Pokesudie Island.”

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Chapter 4 — Paragraph 86, after “A light (1262)

Insert: , having a red and white daymark,

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Chapter 4 — Delete paragraph 121 and the adjacent light pictograph.

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Chapter 4 — Paragraph 122

Delete: The inner range,
Replace by: A set of leading lights,

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Chapter 4 — Delete paragraph 122

Replace by: 122    A channel dredged to 5.5 m, leads through Baie de Lamèque into a basin.

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Chapter 4 — Paragraph 123, after “light (1301) is shown from a”

Delete: square skeleton tower
Replace by: a mast having a green, white and black daymark,

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Chapter 4 — Paragraph 123, after “5.5 m alongside.”

Insert: A light (1296.1) is shown from a mast having a red and white daymark, on the east side of the entrance to the south basin.

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Chapter 4 — Paragraph 173, after “the south breakwater.”

Insert: Another seasonal light (1401.3) is shown from a crib at the outer end of the north breakwater.

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Chapter 4 — Paragraph 173

Delete: “A shoal, close … entrance to the basins.”

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Chapter 4 — Delete paragraph 174

Replace by: 174      Inside the harbour, there are two mooring basins and a launching ramp for small craft. The depths alongside the irregular wharves are of 3.5 to 3.8 m (2016) and there are floating docks in the inner basin. Charted depths from dredged areas are obtained from periodic dredgings. Due to continuous silting, mariners should expect to find less water in some places. For the latest information on depths, it is recommended to check with the appropriate local authority.

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Chapter 4 — Paragraph 174, after “The depths alongside the irregular wharves are of”

Delete: 3.5 and 3.8 m (2016)
Replace by: 3.2 and 3.7 m (2017)

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Chapter 4 — Paragraph 181, last line

Add: There are two artificial reefs, one with a depth of 3.7 m, located on the rocky shoal (48°22'N, 64°33'W) and the other, with a depth of 5.8 m, 1.1 miles WNW of the first reef.

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Chapter 4 — Paragraph 188, after “Île Dupuis light.”

Delete: “A public wharf, … offers no berth.”
Replace by: A public wharf, extending from the outer end of the breakwater, was closed and barricaded in 2016 for safety reasons.

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Chapter 4 — In the vicinity of paragraph 202

Replace the GASCONS diagram with the new one provided in Section 4 of this Monthly Edition.

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Chapter 4 — In the vicinity of paragraph 210

Insert the PORT-DANIEL-EST diagram provided in Section 4 of this Monthly Edition.

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Chapter 4 — Paragraph 210

Delete: A light (private and seasonal)
Replace by: A seasonal light (1379.5)

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Chapter 4 — Paragraph 210

Delete: “The inner berth, … 0.8 m (2011)”
Replace by: Floating wharves, having a total length of 58 m, are on the south side of the wharf

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Chapter 4 — In the vicinity of paragraph 210

Replace the PORT-DANIEL-EST diagram with the new one provided in Section 4 of this Monthly Edition.

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Chapter 4 — Paragraph 210, after “launching ramp on the north end”

Insert: (see the Port-Daniel-Est Diagram)

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Chapter 4 — Paragraph 211

Delete: “Between the two bridges, … docks at its end.”

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Chapter 4 — Paragraph 212

Delete: “Due to silting, … area can be less.”
Replace by: Charted depths from dredged areas shown on the diagram are obtained from periodic dredgings. Due to continuous silting, mariners should expect to find less water in some places. For the latest information on depths, it is recommended to check with the appropriate local authority.

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Chapter 4 — After paragraph 212

Insert: 212.1      The McInnis Cement Marine Terminal in Anse à la Loutre extends 445 m from the shore. The 330 m berthing length of the terminal is comprised of pillars connected by a catwalk with the transshipment tower situated on the central pillar. A conveyor system supported by towers connects the terminal to well illuminated facilities on shore. Depths along the terminal range between 12.2 and 14 m.

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Chapter 4 — Adjacent to paragraph 212.1, add a wharf pictograph.

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Chapter 4 — Delete paragraph 214 and the adjacent pictograph.

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Chapter 4 — Delete paragraph 222

Replace by: 222      There is a fishing harbour at the municipality of Paspébiac with a population of 3198 in 2011. The fishing harbour is protected by a breakwater to the west and by a public wharf – of irregular shape – to the east. There is a breakwater at the outer end of the wharf allowing an entrance of about 90 m wide. Fishermen use the floating wharves that are north of the wharf; the wharves have a total length of 112 m. There is a marina (Marina de Paspébiac) NW of the wharf. For further information on facilities see the Appendix. Inside the harbour depths range between 2.2 and 5.1 m (2016). Water, power and a launching ramp are available in the harbour.

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Chapter 4 — Adjacent to paragraph 222, add a marina pictograph.

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Chapter 4 — Paragraph 232

Delete: “; the harbour is subject to … SSW end of the breakwater.”
Replace by: . Charted depths from dredged areas are obtained from periodic dredgings. Due to continuous silting, mariners should expect to find less water in areas up to 300 m offshore the SSW end of the breakwater. For the latest information on depths, it is recommended to check with the appropriate local authority.

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Chapter 4 — After paragraph 234

Insert: 234.1      Four submerged cribs are in the dredged area, in the approaches to the floating wharves.

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Chapter 4 — Adjacent to paragraph 234.1, add a caution pictograph.

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Chapter 4 — Delete paragraph 250

Replace by: 250      Carleton Public wharf is administered by Transport Canada. The wharf is 245 m long with depths of 5.5 m on the SE side and from 7.2 to 8 m on the NW side. The outer end of the wharf is in ruins for 25 m; this portion is fenced and access or berthing is prohibited. The wharf is protected from the SE by a breakwater forming a small craft basin. A private light is on the outer end of the breakwater. The basin entrance is protected by a floating breakwater extending 60 m from the outer end of the wharf. There are three private lights on the floating breakwater. A 25 m spur wharf, used by fishermen and marine farmers, extends from the centre of the wharf on the SE side. A seasonal light (1364) is on the outer end of the wharf.

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Chapter 4 — Delete paragraph 273

Replace by: 273      The channel leading into the harbour is dredged to 3 m. For the first 150 m alongside the wharf there is a depth of 2.6 m (2016), decreasing to 1.2 to 1.6 m at the extremity of the basin. In the vicinity of the floating wharves SW of the wharf, the depth is 1.5 m.

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Chapter 4 — After paragraph 273

Insert: 273.1      Charted depths from dredged areas are obtained from periodic dredgings. Due to continuous silting, mariners should expect to find less water in some places. For the latest information on depths, it is recommended to check with the appropriate local authority.

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Chapter 4 — Paragraph 274, after “vertical clearance of”

Delete: 4 m
Replace by: 4.1 m

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Chapter 4 — Paragraph 275

Delete: “Artificial reefs are located … L’Anse-à-Beaufils.”
Replace by: Artificial reefs are located at 0.9 and 1.4 miles north of Cap d’Espoir (48°25'N, 64°19'W), and 0.8 and 1 mile ENE of L’Anse-à-Beaufils.

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Chapter 4 — Delete paragraph 285

Replace by: 285      In the settlement of Mal-Bay, on the north shore of La Malbaie, there is a public breakwater-wharf; floating wharves, with a total length of 170 m, are on the north side of the wharf with depths of 1.3 to 3.5 m alongside. A launching ramp is NE of the inner end of the wharf. A seasonal light (1410) is on the breakwater.

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Chapter 4 — After paragraph 288

Insert: 288.1      An ODAS light buoy IML-11 (1412.5) is moored 1 mile SE of Banc des Américains.

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Chapter 4 — Paragraph 292, after “harbour has depths”

Delete: (2015) of 5 feet (1.5 m).
Replace by: (2016) of 4 feet (1.2 m).

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Chapter 4 — Paragraph 292, after “there are depths”

Delete: (2015) of 1 to 6 feet (0.2 to 1.7 m).
Replace by: (2016) of 0 and 6 feet (0 and 1.8 m).

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Chapter 4 — Paragraph 311

Delete: 10.6 m (2016)
Replace by: 9.3 m (2017)

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Chapter 4 — Paragraph 311

Delete: 9.6 m (2016)
Replace by: 9.4 m (2017)

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