PAC 201 — JUAN DE FUCA STRAIT AND STRAIT OF GEORGIA, FIRST EDITION, 2012


Chapter 1 — Paragraph 17

Delete: Tofino Traffic Zone
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Chapter 1 — Paragraph 20

Delete: Tofino Traffic Zone
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Chapter 1 — Paragraph 50, after “MCTS”

Delete: Tofino Traffic
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Chapter 1 — Paragraph 178

Delete: “A submarine cable (power) … of Whiffin Spit.”

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Chapter 2 — Paragraph 37, last line

Add: A drying rock with 1.7 m over it, close east of Paterson Point, is marked by a private buoy.

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Chapter 3 — Paragraph 103

Delete: (Vancouver Traffic)
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Chapter 4 — After paragraph 74

Insert: 74.1       Fraser River Water Quality ODAS light buoy (354.9) lies close to the north side across from Tilbury Terminal.

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Chapter 4 — Delete paragraph 122

Replace by: 122    The Strait of Georgia, at the west end of the North Arm, is in Sector Three of the Vancouver Traffic Zone and is administered by Victoria Traffic. Before entering the Strait of Georgia make a report to Victoria Traffic on assigned frequency Channel 12 (156.6 MHz).

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Chapter 4 — Paragraph 200

Delete: 16 m
Replace by: 13 m

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Chapter 5 — Paragraph 32

Delete: “Vancouver Harbour … are administered by Vancouver Traffic.”
Replace by: Vancouver Harbour and its approach, in Sector Three of the Vancouver Traffic Zone, are administered by Victoria Traffic.

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Chapter 5 — Paragraph 33

Delete: (Vancouver Traffic)
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Chapter 5 — Paragraph 34

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Chapter 5 — Paragraph 40, under “4.5 Anchorages, Anchorage Requests

Delete: Vancouver Marine Communications and Traffic Services Centre (MCTS) may be contacted at any time after office hours at 666-6011.
Replace by: Victoria Marine Communications and Traffic Services Centre (MCTS) may be contacted at any time after office hours at 250-666-6333.

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Chapter 5 — Paragraph 40, under “4.5 Anchorages, Anchorage Warnings

Delete: Vancouver Traffic
Replace by: Victoria Traffic
Delete: Vancouver Marine Communications and Traffic Services Centre
Replace by: Victoria Marine Communications and Traffic Services Centre (MCTS)

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Chapter 5 — Paragraph 40, under “4.5 Anchorages, Cancellations

Delete: Vancouver Marine Communications and Traffic Services Centre (MCTS)
Replace by: Victoria Marine Communications and Traffic Services Centre (MCTS)

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Chapter 5 — In the vicinity of paragraph 97, Table under “3.2.2 Definitions
Make the following changes.

Vancouver
Victoria
MCTS
The Canadian Coast Guard’s Marine
Communications and Traffic Services
Centre in Vancouver Victoria

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Chapter 5 — In the vicinity of paragraph 97, under “3.4.2 MCTS

Delete: Vancouver MCTS
Replace by : Victoria MCTS

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Chapter 5 — Delete paragraph 186 and the adjacent lifesaving station pictograph.

Replace by: 186       A wharf is on the SW shore just before the Burrard Bridge. A floating breakwater protects the docks on the south side of the wharf.

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Chapter 5 — Paragraph 187

Delete: Coast Guard

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Chapter 5 — Delete paragraph 195

Replace by: 195       Howe Sound in Sector Three of the Vancouver Traffic Zone is administered by Victoria Traffic, assigned frequency is Channel 12 (156.6 MHz). The Master of a vessel must request clearance from Victoria Traffic before proceeding to or leaving any berth within Sector Three. Calling-in points are listed in Table 5.7.

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Chapter 5 — Paragraph 196

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Chapter 5 — In the vicinity of paragraph 271, Table 5.8 Major Port Facilities — Squamish

Make the following changes in the “Least Depth” column.
                               Berth                                                     Least Depth (m)
     Squamish Terminals Berth 1 (East)                                               10.6
     Squamish Terminals Berth 2 (West)                                               9.4

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Chapter 5 — After paragraph 322

Insert: 322.1       HMCS Annapolis was sunk in 2015 on the west side of the entrance to Halkett Bay as an artificial reef for divers. This vessel was a Royal Canadian Navy Destroyer Escort, 113 m long. It is marked by buoys and has a least depth of 9.9 m. For more information see www.artificialreef.bc.ca.

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Chapter 5 — Adjacent to paragraph 322.1, add a caution pictograph.

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Chapter 6 — Paragraph 452, after “and at Scoones”

Delete: Point
Replace by: and Rip Points

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Chapter 6 — Paragraph 468

Delete: Docks are on the north side, one for seaplanes, the other is a fuel dock.
Replace by: The dock on the north side is for seaplanes only.

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Chapter 6 — Paragraph 700, last line

Add: A wreck lies near shore, visible at LW, between the public and Stuart Channel wharves.

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Chapter 7 — Paragraph 71

Delete: 23 m
Replace by: 26 m

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Chapter 8 — Delete paragraph 56

Replace by: 56       Schooner Reefs light (488.5), on the south side of the reef, is shown from a white cylindrical tower with a red band on top.

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Chapter 8 — Delete paragraph 115

Replace by: 115       A cable ferry crosses between Buckley Bay and Denman Island village. The cable is attached to concrete ramps on each side. A green light is shown from each side when the ferry is docked and the cable lies on the bottom. A red light is shown on either side when the ferry is underway and the cable lies near the surface. No vessel should transit when the red light is on and the ferry is crossing.

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Chapter 8 — Adjacent to paragraph 115, add a caution pictograph.

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Chapter 8 — Paragraph 117

Delete: “Denman Island village, … Buckley Bay.”
Replace by: Denman Island village, on the east side of Baynes Sound opposite Buckley Bay, is the site of a cable ferry landing providing regular service to Buckley Bay.

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Chapter 8 — Paragraph 190, after “starboard hand daymark

Delete: and radar reflector

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Chapter 9 — Paragraph 101, after “has a number of dangers within it.”

Insert: A wreck lies close on the south side of Dusenbury Island in approximately 10 m of water and is considered a hazard.

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Chapter 9 — Adjacent to paragraph 101, add a caution pictograph.

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Chapter 9 — Paragraph 378, after “lying north of Thorp Island.”

Insert: A wreck lies close to the shore on the west side of the cove.

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Chapter 9 — Adjacent to paragraph 378, add a caution pictograph.

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Chapter 10 — Paragraph 235, after “in 13 fathoms (23.8 m), sand.”

Insert: A wreck lies near the center of the anchorage with a known depth of 14 fathoms (25.5 m).

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INDEX — After “Kitsilano Beach, C5/P13”

Delete: Kitsilano Coast Guard Base, C5/P186

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