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Obstruction - Shipping Safety Control Zone 12 2012-08-05
NW-A-0077-12

Subsurface mooring established at 70 33.8101N 127 41.5659W in 40 meters of water. Top float extends 3.5 meters above the seafloor. 

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Reduced depths Cheticamp Harbour N.S. chart 4449 - Gulf - Magdalen - south 2012-07-12
NW-M-1609-12

Cheticamp Harbour - Reduced depths have been observed on the west side of the channel, outside of the channel buoys 46 38.295N 061 00.624W. Caution. 

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Sounding survey Pigeon Hill entrance gully - Chaleur - Miscou - south 2012-04-30
NW-M-0886-12

A sounding survey of Pigeon Hill entrance gully on the Canadian Hydrographic chart was partially completed by Public Works and Government Services Canada on April 26, 2012. It was compared to CHS chart 4913 for possible hazards to navigation. A sand bar with a shoal depth of 0.3 metre was found at 47 53 01.7N 064 29 53.7W. Mariners should navigate with caution in this area.

Note that depth is referenced to CHS chart datum and horizontal positions are based on NAD83.

Areas affected by the message
Obstruction - Shipping Safety Control Zone 12 2011-09-29
NW-A-0157-11

Four scientific moorings placed at:

70 19.930N 133 44.304W, depth of top float 51 metres
70 19.937N 133 44.458W, depth of top float 51 metres
70 59.248N 133 44.784W, depth of top float 55 metres
69 46.479N 137 02.726W, depth of top float 32 metres

 

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Fishing gear underwater reported Richibucto - Northumberland Strait 2011-06-09
NW-M-1514-11

Submerged fishing gear including ropes and lobster cages reported underwater near the ramp access at Richibucto main wharf in 46 40.8N 064 51.6W. Caution.

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Obstruction - Shipping Safety Control Zone 6 - Bellot Strait 2010-07-30
NW-A-0052-10

Subsurface scientific mooring HM1B established at 71 58.02N 095 03.88W. Depth 122.8 meters.

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Old pillar light 46 57.9N 065 35.7W missing. - Chaleur - Miscou - south 2010-06-23
NW-M-1585-10

A light marking a pillar of the old bridge, east of the railroad bridge in northwest Miramichi river missing. This light marks the second pillar from the south in 46 57.9N 065 35.7W.

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Miramichi river shipping channel - Chaleur - Miscou - south 2010-06-02
NW-M-1359-10

The Canadian Coast Guard hereby provides notice that the Miramichi river shipping channel no longer meets recommended channel design guidelines for the accommodation of commercial traffic. The channel is deficient in width, depth, and alignment. The channel has in filled to the point where there remain inadequate factors of safety in channel parameters and in the aids to navigation.
Due to increased infilling in the Miramichi river on chart 4911 and chart 4912 from outer bar to Sheldrake Island between buoys M5 and M51 the fixed and floating aids to navigation may not provide the degree of accuracy required by certified masters of commercial vessels to safely navigate the channel. During certain local conditions buoys may be submerged.
Any further commercial usage of the buoyed channel in its current condition is solely at the discretion of vessel masters, pilots, captains, owners, agents, etc.
All other users of the river are advised that the cautions contained in this notice may apply to their own vessel in this area. All mariners must exercise extreme caution.

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2007 survey - Ryans Gut chart 4385 - Southwestern Shore 2008-11-24
NW-M-3173-08

A 2007 sounding survey of Ryans Gut navigable channel was conducted by Public Works and Government Services Canada. It was compared with CHS chart 4385 for possible hazards to navigation. The following shallower depths were found:

1. Add 0 feet at 44 27 00.4N 63 44 07.5W
2. Add 4 feet at 44 26 58.0N 63 43 53.2W
3. Add 5 feet at 44 26 56.7N 63 43 39.4W
4. Add 2 fathoms 3 feet at 44 26 54.4N 63 43 25.8W
5. Add 4 feet at 44 26 56.4N 63 43 19.4W
6. Add 4 feet at 44 26 56.8N 63 43 16.6W
7. Add 4 feet at 44 26 52.9N 63 43 17.2W
8. Add 1 fathom 1 foot at 44 26 49.8N 63 43 13.3W

Note that depths are referenced to CHS chart datum and horizontal positions are based on NAD83.

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Survey Tracadie - Gulf - Magdalen - south 2008-11-24
NW-M-3169-08

A 2007 survey of Tracadie PEI was completed by Public Works and Government Services Canada. It was compared with CHS chart 4425 for possible hazards to navigation, and the following depths were identified:

Replace 9 feet with 5.9 feet in 46 25 13.20N 63 02 19.85W
Add 4.9 feet in 46 25 10.83N 63 02 22.07W
Replace 15 feet with 8.8 feet in 46 24 40.73N 63 02 24.93W
Add 1.6 feet in 46 24 28.00N 63 01 44.76W
Replace 9 feet with 1.3 feet in 46 24 23.43N 63 01 41.54W
Add 0.6 feet in 46 24 26.45N 63 01 42.82W
Add 1.6 feet in 46 24 11.59N 63 01 41.81W
Add 2.6 feet in 46 24 09.92N 63 01 43.22W
Add 0.9 feet in 46 24 42.83N 63 02 23.99W

Between 46 24 09.92N 63 01 43.22W and 46 25 11.11N 63 02 22.42W , the chart was found to be unreliable and significant differences were found in shoreline location and depth contours.

Please note that depths are below chart datum and horizontal positions are on the NAD83 datum.

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Result of Govt survey Malpeque, PEI chart 4491 - Gulf - Magdalen - south 2008-11-20
NW-M-3132-08

A 2008 Public Works and Government Services Canada sounding survey in Malpeque Bay was compared to CHS chart 4491. The following shallower depth was found:

12 feet (3.6 metres) in 46 35 27.20 N 63 50 18.20 W

Note that the depth is referenced to CHS chart datum and horizontal position is based on NAD83.

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Unmarked aquaculture gear - Shippegan chart 4913 - Chaleur - Miscou - south 2008-09-26
NW-M-2617-08

Fixed unmarked aquaculture gear reported underwater in 47 47 47.6N 064 43 56.9W, west of Shippegan channel. Caution.

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Miramichi survey number 2 chart 4911 - Chaleur - Miscou - south 2006-07-20
NW-M-1436-06

The Canadian Coast Guard has recently completed new survey soundings in the Miramichi river indicating that infilling of the buoyed channel on chart 4911 in the sector of the river from outer bar to Portage Island have substantially reduced and altered the former channel. Mariners are strongly cautioned that the infilling is continuous in the Miramichi river and therefore past local knowledge may be incomplete or not up-to-date. In particular, due to increased infilling in the Miramichi river between buoys M5 and M10 the fixed and floating aids to navigation may not provide the degree of accuracy required by masters of certified commercial vessels to safely navigate this channel. Any further commercial usage of the buoyed channel in its current condition is solely at the discretion of vessel masters. In addition, all other users of the river are advised that the cautions contained in this Notship may apply to their own vessels in this area. Mariners must exercise extreme caution and should continually monitor for the issuance of new Notships. Written Notship M1174 also refers.

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NB - Miramichi River - Survey Notship number 1 - Chaleur - Miscou - south 2006-07-14
NW-M-1376-06

Charted soundings in the Miramichi river are unreliable. For more detail please refer to existing written notices to shipping for the Miramichi river, available upon request.

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Miramichi river - Mariners use caution chart 4911 - Chaleur - Miscou - south 2006-07-06
NW-M-1174-06

The Canadian Coast Guard has recently completed new survey soundings in the Miramichi river indicating that infilling of the buoyed channel on chart 4911 in the sector of the river from outer bar to Portage Island have substantially reduced and altered the former channel. Mariners are strongly cautioned that the infilling is continuous in the Miramichi river and therefore past local knowledge may be incomplete or not up-to-date. In particular, due to increased infilling in the Miramichi river between buoys M5 and M10 the fixed and floating aids to navigation may not provide the degree of accuracy required by masters of certified commercial vessels to safely navigate this channel. Any further commercial usage of the buoyed channel in its current condition is solely at the discretion of vessel masters. In addition, all other users of the river are advised that the cautions contained in this Notship may apply to their own vessels in this area. Mariners must exercise extreme caution and should continually monitor for the issuance of new Notships.

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ID Date Title Areas Charts Description
NW-A-0077-12
Areas affected by the message
70° 33.810'N 127° 41.566'W
2012-08-05 Obstruction Shipping Safety Control Zone 12 7664(NAD27)

Subsurface mooring established at 70 33.8101N 127 41.5659W in 40 meters of water. Top float extends 3.5 meters above the seafloor. 

NW-M-1609-12
Areas affected by the message
46° 38.295'N 061° 00.624'W
2012-07-12 Reduced depths Cheticamp Harbour N.S. chart 4449 Gulf - Magdalen - south 4449(NAD83)

Cheticamp Harbour - Reduced depths have been observed on the west side of the channel, outside of the channel buoys 46 38.295N 061 00.624W. Caution. 

NW-M-0886-12
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47° 53.028'N 064° 29.895'W
2012-04-30 Sounding survey Pigeon Hill entrance gully Chaleur - Miscou - south 4913(NAD83)

A sounding survey of Pigeon Hill entrance gully on the Canadian Hydrographic chart was partially completed by Public Works and Government Services Canada on April 26, 2012. It was compared to CHS chart 4913 for possible hazards to navigation. A sand bar with a shoal depth of 0.3 metre was found at 47 53 01.7N 064 29 53.7W. Mariners should navigate with caution in this area.

Note that depth is referenced to CHS chart datum and horizontal positions are based on NAD83.

NW-A-0157-11
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70° 19.930'N 133° 44.304'W
70° 19.937'N 133° 44.458'W
70° 59.248'N 133° 44.784'W
69° 46.479'N 137° 02.726'W
2011-09-29 Obstruction Shipping Safety Control Zone 12 7620(NAD83)

Four scientific moorings placed at:

70 19.930N 133 44.304W, depth of top float 51 metres
70 19.937N 133 44.458W, depth of top float 51 metres
70 59.248N 133 44.784W, depth of top float 55 metres
69 46.479N 137 02.726W, depth of top float 32 metres

 

NW-M-1514-11
Areas affected by the message
46° 40.800'N 064° 51.600'W
2011-06-09 Fishing gear underwater reported Richibucto Northumberland Strait 4909(NAD83)

Submerged fishing gear including ropes and lobster cages reported underwater near the ramp access at Richibucto main wharf in 46 40.8N 064 51.6W. Caution.

NW-A-0052-10
Areas affected by the message
71° 58.020'N 095° 03.880'W
2010-07-30 Obstruction Shipping Safety Control Zone 6 - Bellot Strait 7552(WGS84)

Subsurface scientific mooring HM1B established at 71 58.02N 095 03.88W. Depth 122.8 meters.

NW-M-1585-10
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46° 57.900'N 065° 35.700'W
2010-06-23 Old pillar light 46 57.9N 065 35.7W missing. Chaleur - Miscou - south 4912(NAD83)

A light marking a pillar of the old bridge, east of the railroad bridge in northwest Miramichi river missing. This light marks the second pillar from the south in 46 57.9N 065 35.7W.

NW-M-1359-10
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47° 08.195'N 065° 06.525'W
2010-06-02 Miramichi river shipping channel Chaleur - Miscou - south 4911(NAD83), 4912(NAD83)

The Canadian Coast Guard hereby provides notice that the Miramichi river shipping channel no longer meets recommended channel design guidelines for the accommodation of commercial traffic. The channel is deficient in width, depth, and alignment. The channel has in filled to the point where there remain inadequate factors of safety in channel parameters and in the aids to navigation.
Due to increased infilling in the Miramichi river on chart 4911 and chart 4912 from outer bar to Sheldrake Island between buoys M5 and M51 the fixed and floating aids to navigation may not provide the degree of accuracy required by certified masters of commercial vessels to safely navigate the channel. During certain local conditions buoys may be submerged.
Any further commercial usage of the buoyed channel in its current condition is solely at the discretion of vessel masters, pilots, captains, owners, agents, etc.
All other users of the river are advised that the cautions contained in this notice may apply to their own vessel in this area. All mariners must exercise extreme caution.

NW-M-3173-08
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44° 27.007'N 063° 44.125'W
2008-11-24 2007 survey - Ryans Gut chart 4385 Southwestern Shore 4385(NAD83)

A 2007 sounding survey of Ryans Gut navigable channel was conducted by Public Works and Government Services Canada. It was compared with CHS chart 4385 for possible hazards to navigation. The following shallower depths were found:

1. Add 0 feet at 44 27 00.4N 63 44 07.5W
2. Add 4 feet at 44 26 58.0N 63 43 53.2W
3. Add 5 feet at 44 26 56.7N 63 43 39.4W
4. Add 2 fathoms 3 feet at 44 26 54.4N 63 43 25.8W
5. Add 4 feet at 44 26 56.4N 63 43 19.4W
6. Add 4 feet at 44 26 56.8N 63 43 16.6W
7. Add 4 feet at 44 26 52.9N 63 43 17.2W
8. Add 1 fathom 1 foot at 44 26 49.8N 63 43 13.3W

Note that depths are referenced to CHS chart datum and horizontal positions are based on NAD83.

NW-M-3169-08
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46° 25.220'N 063° 02.331'W
2008-11-24 Survey Tracadie Gulf - Magdalen - south 4425(NAD83)

A 2007 survey of Tracadie PEI was completed by Public Works and Government Services Canada. It was compared with CHS chart 4425 for possible hazards to navigation, and the following depths were identified:

Replace 9 feet with 5.9 feet in 46 25 13.20N 63 02 19.85W
Add 4.9 feet in 46 25 10.83N 63 02 22.07W
Replace 15 feet with 8.8 feet in 46 24 40.73N 63 02 24.93W
Add 1.6 feet in 46 24 28.00N 63 01 44.76W
Replace 9 feet with 1.3 feet in 46 24 23.43N 63 01 41.54W
Add 0.6 feet in 46 24 26.45N 63 01 42.82W
Add 1.6 feet in 46 24 11.59N 63 01 41.81W
Add 2.6 feet in 46 24 09.92N 63 01 43.22W
Add 0.9 feet in 46 24 42.83N 63 02 23.99W

Between 46 24 09.92N 63 01 43.22W and 46 25 11.11N 63 02 22.42W , the chart was found to be unreliable and significant differences were found in shoreline location and depth contours.

Please note that depths are below chart datum and horizontal positions are on the NAD83 datum.

NW-M-3132-08
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46° 35.453'N 063° 50.303'W
2008-11-20 Result of Govt survey Malpeque, PEI chart 4491 Gulf - Magdalen - south 4491(NAD83)

A 2008 Public Works and Government Services Canada sounding survey in Malpeque Bay was compared to CHS chart 4491. The following shallower depth was found:

12 feet (3.6 metres) in 46 35 27.20 N 63 50 18.20 W

Note that the depth is referenced to CHS chart datum and horizontal position is based on NAD83.

NW-M-2617-08
Areas affected by the message
47° 47.793'N 064° 43.948'W
2008-09-26 Unmarked aquaculture gear - Shippegan chart 4913 Chaleur - Miscou - south 4913(NAD83)

Fixed unmarked aquaculture gear reported underwater in 47 47 47.6N 064 43 56.9W, west of Shippegan channel. Caution.

NW-M-1436-06
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47° 09.568'N 065° 00.016'W
2006-07-20 Miramichi survey number 2 chart 4911 Chaleur - Miscou - south 4911(NAD83)

The Canadian Coast Guard has recently completed new survey soundings in the Miramichi river indicating that infilling of the buoyed channel on chart 4911 in the sector of the river from outer bar to Portage Island have substantially reduced and altered the former channel. Mariners are strongly cautioned that the infilling is continuous in the Miramichi river and therefore past local knowledge may be incomplete or not up-to-date. In particular, due to increased infilling in the Miramichi river between buoys M5 and M10 the fixed and floating aids to navigation may not provide the degree of accuracy required by masters of certified commercial vessels to safely navigate this channel. Any further commercial usage of the buoyed channel in its current condition is solely at the discretion of vessel masters. In addition, all other users of the river are advised that the cautions contained in this Notship may apply to their own vessels in this area. Mariners must exercise extreme caution and should continually monitor for the issuance of new Notships. Written Notship M1174 also refers.

NW-M-1376-06
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47° 07.550'N 064° 57.090'W
2006-07-14 NB - Miramichi River - Survey Notship number 1 Chaleur - Miscou - south 4911(NAD83)

Charted soundings in the Miramichi river are unreliable. For more detail please refer to existing written notices to shipping for the Miramichi river, available upon request.

NW-M-1174-06
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47° 08.279'N 064° 55.937'W
2006-07-06 Miramichi river - Mariners use caution chart 4911 Chaleur - Miscou - south 4911(NAD83)

The Canadian Coast Guard has recently completed new survey soundings in the Miramichi river indicating that infilling of the buoyed channel on chart 4911 in the sector of the river from outer bar to Portage Island have substantially reduced and altered the former channel. Mariners are strongly cautioned that the infilling is continuous in the Miramichi river and therefore past local knowledge may be incomplete or not up-to-date. In particular, due to increased infilling in the Miramichi river between buoys M5 and M10 the fixed and floating aids to navigation may not provide the degree of accuracy required by masters of certified commercial vessels to safely navigate this channel. Any further commercial usage of the buoyed channel in its current condition is solely at the discretion of vessel masters. In addition, all other users of the river are advised that the cautions contained in this Notship may apply to their own vessels in this area. Mariners must exercise extreme caution and should continually monitor for the issuance of new Notships.

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ID Date Title Areas Charts Description
NW-A-0077-12 2012-08-05 Obstruction Shipping Safety Control Zone 12 7664(NAD27)

Subsurface mooring established at 70 33.8101N 127 41.5659W in 40 meters of water. Top float extends 3.5 meters above the seafloor. 

NW-M-1609-12 2012-07-12 Reduced depths Cheticamp Harbour N.S. chart 4449 Gulf - Magdalen - south 4449(NAD83)

Cheticamp Harbour - Reduced depths have been observed on the west side of the channel, outside of the channel buoys 46 38.295N 061 00.624W. Caution. 

NW-M-0886-12 2012-04-30 Sounding survey Pigeon Hill entrance gully Chaleur - Miscou - south 4913(NAD83)

A sounding survey of Pigeon Hill entrance gully on the Canadian Hydrographic chart was partially completed by Public Works and Government Services Canada on April 26, 2012. It was compared to CHS chart 4913 for possible hazards to navigation. A sand bar with a shoal depth of 0.3 metre was found at 47 53 01.7N 064 29 53.7W. Mariners should navigate with caution in this area.

Note that depth is referenced to CHS chart datum and horizontal positions are based on NAD83.

NW-A-0157-11 2011-09-29 Obstruction Shipping Safety Control Zone 12 7620(NAD83)

Four scientific moorings placed at:

70 19.930N 133 44.304W, depth of top float 51 metres
70 19.937N 133 44.458W, depth of top float 51 metres
70 59.248N 133 44.784W, depth of top float 55 metres
69 46.479N 137 02.726W, depth of top float 32 metres

 

NW-M-1514-11 2011-06-09 Fishing gear underwater reported Richibucto Northumberland Strait 4909(NAD83)

Submerged fishing gear including ropes and lobster cages reported underwater near the ramp access at Richibucto main wharf in 46 40.8N 064 51.6W. Caution.

NW-A-0052-10 2010-07-30 Obstruction Shipping Safety Control Zone 6 - Bellot Strait 7552(WGS84)

Subsurface scientific mooring HM1B established at 71 58.02N 095 03.88W. Depth 122.8 meters.

NW-M-1585-10 2010-06-23 Old pillar light 46 57.9N 065 35.7W missing. Chaleur - Miscou - south 4912(NAD83)

A light marking a pillar of the old bridge, east of the railroad bridge in northwest Miramichi river missing. This light marks the second pillar from the south in 46 57.9N 065 35.7W.

NW-M-1359-10 2010-06-02 Miramichi river shipping channel Chaleur - Miscou - south 4911(NAD83), 4912(NAD83)

The Canadian Coast Guard hereby provides notice that the Miramichi river shipping channel no longer meets recommended channel design guidelines for the accommodation of commercial traffic. The channel is deficient in width, depth, and alignment. The channel has in filled to the point where there remain inadequate factors of safety in channel parameters and in the aids to navigation.
Due to increased infilling in the Miramichi river on chart 4911 and chart 4912 from outer bar to Sheldrake Island between buoys M5 and M51 the fixed and floating aids to navigation may not provide the degree of accuracy required by certified masters of commercial vessels to safely navigate the channel. During certain local conditions buoys may be submerged.
Any further commercial usage of the buoyed channel in its current condition is solely at the discretion of vessel masters, pilots, captains, owners, agents, etc.
All other users of the river are advised that the cautions contained in this notice may apply to their own vessel in this area. All mariners must exercise extreme caution.

NW-M-3173-08 2008-11-24 2007 survey - Ryans Gut chart 4385 Southwestern Shore 4385(NAD83)

A 2007 sounding survey of Ryans Gut navigable channel was conducted by Public Works and Government Services Canada. It was compared with CHS chart 4385 for possible hazards to navigation. The following shallower depths were found:

1. Add 0 feet at 44 27 00.4N 63 44 07.5W
2. Add 4 feet at 44 26 58.0N 63 43 53.2W
3. Add 5 feet at 44 26 56.7N 63 43 39.4W
4. Add 2 fathoms 3 feet at 44 26 54.4N 63 43 25.8W
5. Add 4 feet at 44 26 56.4N 63 43 19.4W
6. Add 4 feet at 44 26 56.8N 63 43 16.6W
7. Add 4 feet at 44 26 52.9N 63 43 17.2W
8. Add 1 fathom 1 foot at 44 26 49.8N 63 43 13.3W

Note that depths are referenced to CHS chart datum and horizontal positions are based on NAD83.

NW-M-3169-08 2008-11-24 Survey Tracadie Gulf - Magdalen - south 4425(NAD83)

A 2007 survey of Tracadie PEI was completed by Public Works and Government Services Canada. It was compared with CHS chart 4425 for possible hazards to navigation, and the following depths were identified:

Replace 9 feet with 5.9 feet in 46 25 13.20N 63 02 19.85W
Add 4.9 feet in 46 25 10.83N 63 02 22.07W
Replace 15 feet with 8.8 feet in 46 24 40.73N 63 02 24.93W
Add 1.6 feet in 46 24 28.00N 63 01 44.76W
Replace 9 feet with 1.3 feet in 46 24 23.43N 63 01 41.54W
Add 0.6 feet in 46 24 26.45N 63 01 42.82W
Add 1.6 feet in 46 24 11.59N 63 01 41.81W
Add 2.6 feet in 46 24 09.92N 63 01 43.22W
Add 0.9 feet in 46 24 42.83N 63 02 23.99W

Between 46 24 09.92N 63 01 43.22W and 46 25 11.11N 63 02 22.42W , the chart was found to be unreliable and significant differences were found in shoreline location and depth contours.

Please note that depths are below chart datum and horizontal positions are on the NAD83 datum.

NW-M-3132-08 2008-11-20 Result of Govt survey Malpeque, PEI chart 4491 Gulf - Magdalen - south 4491(NAD83)

A 2008 Public Works and Government Services Canada sounding survey in Malpeque Bay was compared to CHS chart 4491. The following shallower depth was found:

12 feet (3.6 metres) in 46 35 27.20 N 63 50 18.20 W

Note that the depth is referenced to CHS chart datum and horizontal position is based on NAD83.

NW-M-2617-08 2008-09-26 Unmarked aquaculture gear - Shippegan chart 4913 Chaleur - Miscou - south 4913(NAD83)

Fixed unmarked aquaculture gear reported underwater in 47 47 47.6N 064 43 56.9W, west of Shippegan channel. Caution.

NW-M-1436-06 2006-07-20 Miramichi survey number 2 chart 4911 Chaleur - Miscou - south 4911(NAD83)

The Canadian Coast Guard has recently completed new survey soundings in the Miramichi river indicating that infilling of the buoyed channel on chart 4911 in the sector of the river from outer bar to Portage Island have substantially reduced and altered the former channel. Mariners are strongly cautioned that the infilling is continuous in the Miramichi river and therefore past local knowledge may be incomplete or not up-to-date. In particular, due to increased infilling in the Miramichi river between buoys M5 and M10 the fixed and floating aids to navigation may not provide the degree of accuracy required by masters of certified commercial vessels to safely navigate this channel. Any further commercial usage of the buoyed channel in its current condition is solely at the discretion of vessel masters. In addition, all other users of the river are advised that the cautions contained in this Notship may apply to their own vessels in this area. Mariners must exercise extreme caution and should continually monitor for the issuance of new Notships. Written Notship M1174 also refers.

NW-M-1376-06 2006-07-14 NB - Miramichi River - Survey Notship number 1 Chaleur - Miscou - south 4911(NAD83)

Charted soundings in the Miramichi river are unreliable. For more detail please refer to existing written notices to shipping for the Miramichi river, available upon request.

NW-M-1174-06 2006-07-06 Miramichi river - Mariners use caution chart 4911 Chaleur - Miscou - south 4911(NAD83)

The Canadian Coast Guard has recently completed new survey soundings in the Miramichi river indicating that infilling of the buoyed channel on chart 4911 in the sector of the river from outer bar to Portage Island have substantially reduced and altered the former channel. Mariners are strongly cautioned that the infilling is continuous in the Miramichi river and therefore past local knowledge may be incomplete or not up-to-date. In particular, due to increased infilling in the Miramichi river between buoys M5 and M10 the fixed and floating aids to navigation may not provide the degree of accuracy required by masters of certified commercial vessels to safely navigate this channel. Any further commercial usage of the buoyed channel in its current condition is solely at the discretion of vessel masters. In addition, all other users of the river are advised that the cautions contained in this Notship may apply to their own vessels in this area. Mariners must exercise extreme caution and should continually monitor for the issuance of new Notships.

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ID Date Charts Title
NW-A-0077-12 2012-08-05 7664(NAD27) Obstruction

Subsurface mooring established at 70 33.8101N 127 41.5659W in 40 meters of water. Top float extends 3.5 meters above the seafloor. 

NW-M-1609-12 2012-07-12 4449(NAD83) Reduced depths Cheticamp Harbour N.S. chart 4449

Cheticamp Harbour - Reduced depths have been observed on the west side of the channel, outside of the channel buoys 46 38.295N 061 00.624W. Caution. 

NW-M-0886-12 2012-04-30 4913(NAD83) Sounding survey Pigeon Hill entrance gully

A sounding survey of Pigeon Hill entrance gully on the Canadian Hydrographic chart was partially completed by Public Works and Government Services Canada on April 26, 2012. It was compared to CHS chart 4913 for possible hazards to navigation. A sand bar with a shoal depth of 0.3 metre was found at 47 53 01.7N 064 29 53.7W. Mariners should navigate with caution in this area.

Note that depth is referenced to CHS chart datum and horizontal positions are based on NAD83.

NW-A-0157-11 2011-09-29 7620(NAD83) Obstruction

Four scientific moorings placed at:

70 19.930N 133 44.304W, depth of top float 51 metres
70 19.937N 133 44.458W, depth of top float 51 metres
70 59.248N 133 44.784W, depth of top float 55 metres
69 46.479N 137 02.726W, depth of top float 32 metres

 

NW-M-1514-11 2011-06-09 4909(NAD83) Fishing gear underwater reported Richibucto

Submerged fishing gear including ropes and lobster cages reported underwater near the ramp access at Richibucto main wharf in 46 40.8N 064 51.6W. Caution.

NW-A-0052-10 2010-07-30 7552(WGS84) Obstruction

Subsurface scientific mooring HM1B established at 71 58.02N 095 03.88W. Depth 122.8 meters.

NW-M-1585-10 2010-06-23 4912(NAD83) Old pillar light 46 57.9N 065 35.7W missing.

A light marking a pillar of the old bridge, east of the railroad bridge in northwest Miramichi river missing. This light marks the second pillar from the south in 46 57.9N 065 35.7W.

NW-M-1359-10 2010-06-02 4911(NAD83), 4912(NAD83) Miramichi river shipping channel

The Canadian Coast Guard hereby provides notice that the Miramichi river shipping channel no longer meets recommended channel design guidelines for the accommodation of commercial traffic. The channel is deficient in width, depth, and alignment. The channel has in filled to the point where there remain inadequate factors of safety in channel parameters and in the aids to navigation.
Due to increased infilling in the Miramichi river on chart 4911 and chart 4912 from outer bar to Sheldrake Island between buoys M5 and M51 the fixed and floating aids to navigation may not provide the degree of accuracy required by certified masters of commercial vessels to safely navigate the channel. During certain local conditions buoys may be submerged.
Any further commercial usage of the buoyed channel in its current condition is solely at the discretion of vessel masters, pilots, captains, owners, agents, etc.
All other users of the river are advised that the cautions contained in this notice may apply to their own vessel in this area. All mariners must exercise extreme caution.

NW-M-3173-08 2008-11-24 4385(NAD83) 2007 survey - Ryans Gut chart 4385

A 2007 sounding survey of Ryans Gut navigable channel was conducted by Public Works and Government Services Canada. It was compared with CHS chart 4385 for possible hazards to navigation. The following shallower depths were found:

1. Add 0 feet at 44 27 00.4N 63 44 07.5W
2. Add 4 feet at 44 26 58.0N 63 43 53.2W
3. Add 5 feet at 44 26 56.7N 63 43 39.4W
4. Add 2 fathoms 3 feet at 44 26 54.4N 63 43 25.8W
5. Add 4 feet at 44 26 56.4N 63 43 19.4W
6. Add 4 feet at 44 26 56.8N 63 43 16.6W
7. Add 4 feet at 44 26 52.9N 63 43 17.2W
8. Add 1 fathom 1 foot at 44 26 49.8N 63 43 13.3W

Note that depths are referenced to CHS chart datum and horizontal positions are based on NAD83.

NW-M-3169-08 2008-11-24 4425(NAD83) Survey Tracadie

A 2007 survey of Tracadie PEI was completed by Public Works and Government Services Canada. It was compared with CHS chart 4425 for possible hazards to navigation, and the following depths were identified:

Replace 9 feet with 5.9 feet in 46 25 13.20N 63 02 19.85W
Add 4.9 feet in 46 25 10.83N 63 02 22.07W
Replace 15 feet with 8.8 feet in 46 24 40.73N 63 02 24.93W
Add 1.6 feet in 46 24 28.00N 63 01 44.76W
Replace 9 feet with 1.3 feet in 46 24 23.43N 63 01 41.54W
Add 0.6 feet in 46 24 26.45N 63 01 42.82W
Add 1.6 feet in 46 24 11.59N 63 01 41.81W
Add 2.6 feet in 46 24 09.92N 63 01 43.22W
Add 0.9 feet in 46 24 42.83N 63 02 23.99W

Between 46 24 09.92N 63 01 43.22W and 46 25 11.11N 63 02 22.42W , the chart was found to be unreliable and significant differences were found in shoreline location and depth contours.

Please note that depths are below chart datum and horizontal positions are on the NAD83 datum.

NW-M-3132-08 2008-11-20 4491(NAD83) Result of Govt survey Malpeque, PEI chart 4491

A 2008 Public Works and Government Services Canada sounding survey in Malpeque Bay was compared to CHS chart 4491. The following shallower depth was found:

12 feet (3.6 metres) in 46 35 27.20 N 63 50 18.20 W

Note that the depth is referenced to CHS chart datum and horizontal position is based on NAD83.

NW-M-2617-08 2008-09-26 4913(NAD83) Unmarked aquaculture gear - Shippegan chart 4913

Fixed unmarked aquaculture gear reported underwater in 47 47 47.6N 064 43 56.9W, west of Shippegan channel. Caution.

NW-M-1436-06 2006-07-20 4911(NAD83) Miramichi survey number 2 chart 4911

The Canadian Coast Guard has recently completed new survey soundings in the Miramichi river indicating that infilling of the buoyed channel on chart 4911 in the sector of the river from outer bar to Portage Island have substantially reduced and altered the former channel. Mariners are strongly cautioned that the infilling is continuous in the Miramichi river and therefore past local knowledge may be incomplete or not up-to-date. In particular, due to increased infilling in the Miramichi river between buoys M5 and M10 the fixed and floating aids to navigation may not provide the degree of accuracy required by masters of certified commercial vessels to safely navigate this channel. Any further commercial usage of the buoyed channel in its current condition is solely at the discretion of vessel masters. In addition, all other users of the river are advised that the cautions contained in this Notship may apply to their own vessels in this area. Mariners must exercise extreme caution and should continually monitor for the issuance of new Notships. Written Notship M1174 also refers.

NW-M-1376-06 2006-07-14 4911(NAD83) NB - Miramichi River - Survey Notship number 1

Charted soundings in the Miramichi river are unreliable. For more detail please refer to existing written notices to shipping for the Miramichi river, available upon request.

NW-M-1174-06 2006-07-06 4911(NAD83) Miramichi river - Mariners use caution chart 4911

The Canadian Coast Guard has recently completed new survey soundings in the Miramichi river indicating that infilling of the buoyed channel on chart 4911 in the sector of the river from outer bar to Portage Island have substantially reduced and altered the former channel. Mariners are strongly cautioned that the infilling is continuous in the Miramichi river and therefore past local knowledge may be incomplete or not up-to-date. In particular, due to increased infilling in the Miramichi river between buoys M5 and M10 the fixed and floating aids to navigation may not provide the degree of accuracy required by masters of certified commercial vessels to safely navigate this channel. Any further commercial usage of the buoyed channel in its current condition is solely at the discretion of vessel masters. In addition, all other users of the river are advised that the cautions contained in this Notship may apply to their own vessels in this area. Mariners must exercise extreme caution and should continually monitor for the issuance of new Notships.

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