CEN 301 — ST. LAWRENCE RIVER, MONTRÉAL TO KINGSTON, SECOND EDITION, 2010
Chapter 4 — Delete paragraphs 96 and 97
Replace by: 96 Cape Vincent, NY, is a village and small-craft harbor on the south side of the St. Lawrence River about 3 statute miles [2.6 nm] below Lake Ontario. A dredged channel leads along the city front on the St. Lawrence River. The channel is protected by a 1,380-foot-long [420-meter] breakwater which parallels the shore. The ends of the breakwater are marked by lights. In 2010, the controlling depths were 16 feet [4.9 meters] in the west part of the channel and 20 feet [6.1 meters] in the east part.
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