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


Chapter 1 — Paragraph 241

Delete: “Permanent mooring … Manor Point.”

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Chapter 1 — Paragraph 243, last line

Add: Berthing is available for vessels up to 15.2 m.

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Chapter 1 — Delete paragraph 253.

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Chapter 1 — Delete paragraph 259.

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Chapter 1 — Delete paragraph 262

Replace by: 262      Anchorage in Royal Roads (48º25'N, 123º27'W) is prohibited. Permission and an anchorage position must be obtained from an Esquimalt Harbour Official, by contacting the Queen’s Harbour Master, on VHF Channel 10, or by telephone at 250-363-2160.

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Chapter 1 — Delete paragraph 265

Replace by: 265      An orange and white unlit DND mooring buoy is moored SSW of Fisgard Island.

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Chapter 2 — Delete paragraph 4

Replace by: 4      As depicted on Canadian Hydrographic Services Chart 3419, fishing is prohibited in the entrance to Esquimalt Harbour and in an area east of McCarthy Island. For further information, please consult the Fisheries and Oceans Canada website for the latest fishing prohibitions or consumption advisories for fishing zone 19-2 Esquimalt Harbour.

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Chapter 2 — Delete paragraph 15

Replace by: 15      Pleasure craft may only anchor north of a line drawn between the south end of Richards Island and the north end of Smart Island. All pleasure craft anchored in Esquimalt Harbour shall be moored with two anchors and in the manner directed by a harbour official. Rafting of pleasure craft, at anchor, is not permitted. A harbour official must first approve anchoring in any other area of the harbour.

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Chapter 2 — Paragraph 15.1

Delete: Yew Point
Replace by: Yew Point

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Chapter 2 — In the vicinity of paragraph 23

Delete Table 2.1 Major Port Facilities — Esquimalt Harbour and replace with the new one provided in Section 4 of this Monthly Edition.

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Chapter 2 — Paragraph 31

Delete: 1.9 m
Replace by: 2 m

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Chapter 2 — Paragraph 34

Delete: Booming grounds
Replace by: Former booming grounds

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Chapter 8 — Delete paragraph 32

Replace by: 32     Nanoose Harbour is a Public Harbour and its limits are defined as “All tidal waters West of a line drawn South from the high water line at Wallis Point to the high water line of the southerly shore of the harbour”. It is governed by the Canada Marine Act and the Natural and Man-made Harbour Navigation and Use Regulations. The north shore and adjacent waters of the harbour are an Administration Control and Benefit Area of the Department of National Defence (DND). Naval vessels use Nanoose Harbour for exercises and mooring. Shore areas within these limits are restricted and landing is prohibited. Pleasure craft may only anchor south of a line drawn west of Datum Rock and in the vicinity of Fleet Point. All pleasure craft anchored in Nanoose Harbour shall be moored in the manner directed by a harbour official. Rafting of pleasure craft, at anchor, is not permitted. A harbour official must first approve anchoring in any other area of the harbour. All pleasure craft must call in to Winchelsea Control (VHF Channel 10 or 16), when south of Maude Island, to inform of their visit to Nanoose Harbour.

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Chapter 8 — Delete paragraph 51

Replace by: 51    A daybeacon, on Grey Rock, has an orange diamond-shaped daymark. A DND yellow spherical buoy is close ESE of Rudder Rock.

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Chapter 8 — After paragraph 108

Insert: 108.1    A private lighted platform, 7 m in diameter, is located in the middle of Baynes Sound across from Mud Bay.

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Chapter 8 — Adjacent to paragraph 108.1, add a caution pictograph.

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Chapter 9 — After paragraph 167

Insert: 167.1    A submerged wreck with 9.9 m of water over it lies just north of Scott Rock.

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Chapter 9 — Adjacent to paragraph 167.1, add a caution pictograph.

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Chapter 9 — After paragraph 171

Insert: 171.1    A submerged wreck west of the Texada Boat Club lies at the entrance to Ceasar Cove.

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Chapter 9 — Adjacent to paragraph 171.1, add a caution pictograph.

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INDEX — After “Richard Point (Nanoose Harbour), C8/P37”

Insert: Richards Island, C2/P15

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INDEX — After “Sluggett Point, C6/P296”

Insert: Smart Island, C2/P15

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INDEX — Yew Point, C2/P15

Delete: P15
Replace by: P15.1

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