A potential hazard to navigation has been reported in the Bras d'Or Lakes near Islandview. The wooden object is partially submerged and is not easily visible in rough seas. Caution.
A barge is anchored at the entrance to Great Chance harbour. It is aproximately 25 metres in length and is unlit.
Two buoys, one red and one green, temporarily placed below Nassau Mills lock 22 in positions 44 21 46.3N 078 17 25.3W and 44 21 46.6N 078 17 25.3W respectively to mark a shoal.
The outer dolphin light and platform on the Irving dolphin pier in Clarenville have fallen into the channel. Mariners are requested to exercise caution in the area running parallel to North-South of the dolphins from 48 09.52N 053 57.33W to 48 09.5N 053 57.4 W.
Private yellow spar buoy charted in position 42 39.21N 080 09.17W reported gone from station.
Since July 25, 2014, Canadian Coast Guard Marine Communications and Traffic Services has been using all Canadian Hydrographic Service water level stations for the calculation of passage authorizations in the Sorel–Montreal sector, namely Contrecoeur, Varennes, Montreal-Frontenac and Montreal-Jetty No. 1.In light of the particular features of the navigation waterway in the Contrecoeur–Varennes sector, it was agreed to adjust upward by 12 cm the water column at these two locations. The minimum water column in the Sorel–Montreal sector, obtained after adjustment, will be used for the calculation of under-keel clearance
Fairway buoy with markings DV reported tied to an anchor buoy in the Pools Cove area. Buoy is not to be used for navigation.
Orange and white mooring buoys established south of Colonel By Island in the following positions:
#18 44 44 06.100N 76 13 11.800W
#20 44 44 02.733N 76 13 26.393W
#21 44 44 02.640N 76 13 23.026W
#22 44 44 02.748N 76 13 15.936W
#23 44 44 03.850N 76 13 12.913W
#24 44 44 06.325N 76 13 08.736W
#27 44 43 59.730N 76 13 25.329W
#29 44 44 07.522N 76 13 05.897W
#31 44 44 13.102N 76 13 02.286W
#36 44 44 10.990N 76 13 02.787W
#41 44 44 08.655N 76 13 02.965W
Three subsurface MetOcean moorings have been installed until further notice in the following positions:
53 57.650N 128 40.961W (19 metres below the surface)
53 59.312N 128 40.945W (91 metres below the surface)
53 59.372N 128 40.439W (46 metres below the surface) (NAD 83)
Subsurface scientific mooring established at 69 39.2885N 138 55.2708W. Depth 38 metres.
A shallower depth has been located between MA11 and MA12 buoys at the northern end of the Saint-Pierre Channel. Caution.
A yellow data collection buoy approximately 2.7 meters in diameter has been installed in position 53 55 10 N 128 44 54 W.
The buoy will remain in place until further notice.
A pipe extending 50 feet from the sea floor and another pipe extending 25 feet from the sea floor have been placed in position 47 36.9837N 059 18.1569W. The position has been marked with a small white buoy. Caution.
There is continuous silting in the harbours along the north shore of Prince Edward Island from North Cape to East Point. Caution.
Sub-surface scientific moorings placed at:
70 03.511N 133 42.844W 70 03.513N 133 43.025W
Moorings are 29 metres below surface.
Aquaculture site in approximate position 47 37.40N 055 48.80W has shifted due to high tides and currents.
The installation of an aquaculture site has commenced at Foshie's Cove, Fortune Bay, in position 47 39 40.60N 055 08 11.90W. The site is marked with yellow cautionary buoys.Caution.
Moore's Cove wharf and slipway in position 49 29 53.11N 055 18 12.46W reported damaged and falling apart. Floating debris is a hazard to navigation in the area.
Installation of aquaculture site has commenced at the Hobby, Mal Bay, in position 47 38 36.1N 055 08 56.1W. Site is marked with yellow cautionary buoys.Caution.
A 40 foot sailboat submerged in 43 27.41N 065 34.53W off Stoney Point Cape Sable island. Caution.