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


Page IV — TABLE OF CONTENTS, CHAPTER 4
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116.1 A red light at the north and south sides of the moveable span placed at centre channel stays on at all times when the bridge is in the down position. When the bridge is being lifted (raised or lowered), the light flashes until the bridge is in the fully open position and then it turns off. A green light at the north and south sides starts flashing when the bridge is in the fully open position and stopped. This is the green signal for the vessel to proceed.
116.2 Aerial obstruction lights are at the north and south sides of the span. They are placed at the free end of the moveable span (west side of the moveable span). The lights come on when the bridge is in the fully open position.

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13 The Port Information Guide for the Port of Vancouver was established pursuant to Section 56 of the Canada Marine Act. The practices and procedures apply to all users in the port, including commercial vessels, recreational vessels, pleasure craft, and tenants. The guide is available on the Port of Vancouver website at www.portvancouver.com/marine-operations/port-information-guide/.
13.1The Operations Centre is the primary contact for the port authority and is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days per year.

Operations Centre
Port of Vancouver
Telephone: +1-604-665-9086
Email: harbour_master@portvancouver.com
Web: www.portvancouver.com

 13.2  The Safe Boating Guide – Fraser River contains information for small vessel and pleasure craft operators. The Safe Boating Guide is available on the Port of Vancouver website.

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Tilbury range inbound lights (353, 354), near the north bank of the river north of Tilbury Island, lead through the SW part of Gravesend Reach. Tilbury range inbound lights are visible in line of range only.

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Chapter 4 — Paragraph 157
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604-521-0964.

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the bridge operator on VHF channel 74, telephone
604-941-0079. The 24-hour emergency line telephone number is 1-800-795-7851.

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Operations Centre
Port of Vancouver
Telephone: +1-604-665-9086
Email: harbour_master@portvancouver.com
Web: www.portvancouver.com

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Chapter 5 — After paragraph 61

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Chapter 6 — After paragraph 104

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Chapter 6 — After paragraph 744

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Chapter 6 — After paragraph 745

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Chapter 6 — After paragraph 747.1

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Chapter 8 — After paragraph 188

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Chapter 8 — After paragraph 238

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Chapter 9 — Paragraph 101
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Chapter 9 — After paragraph 238

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Chapter 9 — Before paragraph 369

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INDEX — After “Burleith Arm, C6/P744”
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INDEX — After “Millers Landing, C5/P237”
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INDEX
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Delete: Fraser River Port, C4/P6
Delete: North Fraser Harbour, C4/P111

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