ATL 110 — ST. LAWRENCE RIVER — CAP WHITTLE/CAP GASPÉ TO LES ESCOUMINS AND ANTICOSTI ISLAND, THIRD EDITION, 2011


Chapter 1 — Paragraph 41.1, last line

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Chapter 1 — Adjacent to paragraph 45, add a caution pictograph.

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Replace by:56 A T-shaped commercial wharf is situated on the point NE of Île de Kegaska. The outer face, with depths of 5.4 m, is 44 m long. The fishers’ wharf, 30 m long with a depth of 2.2 m, is at the inner end, on the SW side of the commercial wharf. Water and power outlets are available at the wharf. A marine railway and floating wharves protected by an L-shaped breakwater are located just west of the commercial wharf.

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Chapter 1 — Paragraph 56.1, last line

Add:For more information, as well as directives to follow, mariners should contact the wharfinger at 418-965-3765.

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Chapter 1 — Paragraph 74.1, last line

Add:For more information, as well as directives to follow, mariners should contact the wharfinger at 418-538-0063.

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Chapter 1 — Paragraph 79, last line

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Chapter 1 — Paragraph 100, after “west side of Baie Johan-Beetz.”

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Chapter 1 — After paragraph 279

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Chapter 1 — Adjacent to paragraph 279.1, add a caution pictograph.

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Chapter 1 — In the vicinity of paragraph 283, Table 1.3 Port of Sept-Îles Wharves
Make the following changes in the “Depth †” column.

Berth            Depth †
           metres
7            8.3
14, 15            7.4 to 8.3
31            11.6

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Chapter 2 — In the vicinity of paragraph 54
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CLORIDORME diagram

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 57, after “20 to 40 m”

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Replaced by:, outside the prohibited anchorage area shown on the chart. The anchorage is exposed to winds from east through south.

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Chapter 3 — Delete paragraph 64.1

Replace by:64.1 Cathodic protection systems to control corrosion are in operation at Transport Canada’s berth No. 3, as well as at the Ro-Ro mobile ramp and the Alcoa wharf in Baie-Comeau. When berthing along these wharves certain operational procedures must be observed to prevent damage to vessels.

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Replace by:146 The port of Matane, situated 1.7 miles west of Le Vieux Port, is administered by Transport Canada; the harbour master’s office is located nearby, telephone: 418-566-7152 or 418-560-2514. The ferry facilities are managed by the Société des Traversiers du Québec. The harbour is open year-round but the occasional assistance of icebreakers may be required. In 2017, 245 544 tonnes of cargo were handled from the commercial wharf; the main types of cargo transiting through this wharf are wood pulp, salt, gravel and wind turbine parts.

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 147

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Replace by: harbour master

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Chapter 3 — Delete paragraph 148

Replace by:148Arrival information. — Matane is a port of entry for commercial vessel customs but not a quarantine station; for details on Quarantine Regulations consult the booklet ATL 100 — General Information. A Customs office is situated at Baie-Comeau about 33 miles to the NNW; advance notice is required to obtain the services of an agent during the weekends. In accordance with the International Health Regulations Ship Sanitation Control Certificate Extensions can be issued by the environmental health officer.

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Chapter 3 — Delete paragraph 154

Replace by:154Berthing. — There is a berth at the commercial wharf situated inside the west breakwater.

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 155

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 158
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Chapter 3 — In the vicinity of paragraph 158

Replace Table 3.4 Port of Matane Wharves with the new one provided in Section 4 of this Monthly Edition.

Table 3.4 Port of Matane Wharves

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 172

Delete:ODAS light buoy IML-3 (1707.1) is moored 100 m off the intake pipe.

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Chapter 3 — Delete paragraph 187

Replace by:187Port of Rimouski (48°29'N, 68°31'W), administered by Transport Canada, is 3 miles upstream of Pointe au Pѐre; the harbour master’s office is located nearby, telephone: 418-722-3011 or 418-732-1818. The harbour is open year-round but the occasional assistance of icebreakers may be required. In 2017, 240 158 tonnes of petroleum products and general cargo were handled.

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Chapter 3 — Delete paragraph 188

Replace by:188Arrival information. — Rimouski is a port of entry for commercial vessel customs but not a quarantine station; for details on Quarantine Regulations consult the booklet ATL 100 — General Information. A Customs office is situated at Baie-Comeau about 50 miles to the NNE; advance notice is required to obtain the services of an agent during the weekends. In accordance with the International Health Regulations Ship Sanitation Control Certificate Extensions can be issued by the environmental health officer.

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Chapter 3 — Delete paragraph 197

Replace by:197Berthing. — There is no access to the Cross-wharf and the West wharf and berthing is prohibited. Due to risks of collapse small craft operators or any other vessels are not to approach within 20 m of these wharves. The East wharf extends in a NW direction for 425 m; from its NW end a spur (Berth No. 6) 113 m long extends in an ESE direction. The outer end of the East wharf and the outer face of the spur are encased with stone. Table 3.5 provides detailed information on these wharves.

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Chapter 3 — In the vicinity of paragraph 197, Table 3.5 Port of Rimouski Wharves
Make the following changes in the “Remarks” column.

Berth            Remarks
1            Wharf closed
8            Wharf closed
2            Wharf closed; storage area : 30 000 m2

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Chapter 3 — In the vicinity of paragraph 197, Table 3.5 Port of Rimouski Wharves
Make the following changes in the “Depth ” column.

Berth            Depth †
           metres
1            4.3
2            3.6
3            5.7
5            4.7

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Chapter 3 — Delete paragraph 198

Replace by:198 A cathodic protection system to control corrosion is in operation alongside the East wharf (Berths Nos 3, 4 and 5). When berthing along any of these berths certain operational procedures must be observed to prevent damage to vessels.

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Chapter 3 — Delete paragraph 203

Replace by:203Harbour facilities. — Water and stevedoring services are available through a private contractor. The public port has a few freight hangars; the East wharf is fitted with connectors that are joined to an oil pipeline; disused railway tracks still exist on the West wharf.

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 204

Delete: Canadian Coast Guard regional Ship Safety

Replace by: Transport Canada regional

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