Corrections cumulatives des Instructions nautiques. Forrester, Annonces et messages importants Trouvez des annonces et messages importants touchant la section de notre site Web qui traite des cartes et des services marins. We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your understanding during this unprecedented time. The Canadian Hydrographic Service offers two charts for instructional purposes. These charts represent a cross-section of content found on Canadian charts and are used by marine training programs as part of their course and examination materials.
These instructional charts contain "fictitious data" that has been included for training purposes and should not be used for navigation. Sailing Directions The Sailing Directions booklets are an indispensable companion to nautical charts. They are a great tool for planning and assisting in navigation because they provide information that cannot be shown on a chart. It is the mariners' responsibility to maintain their digital Sailing Directions file by ensuring that the latest version is always downloaded.
If the mariner chooses to print their own Sailing Directions booklet, it is imperative that the current Notices to Mariners updates are applied.
Cumulative Corrections for Sailing Directions. A compilation of data and services relevant to mariners travelling in the Arctic region of Canada. The intent of the AVPG is to provide a comprehensive digital planning tool for mariners considering an Arctic voyage. The information provided in this guide should be used together with all other relevant information, as required by law, standards and good seamanship practices. The AVPG is not intended to replace official carriage information or products provided from Canadian sources Canadian Tide and Current Tables Tide tables include predicted times and heights of the high and low waters associated with the vertical movement of the tide.
They're available in table, graphic and text formats for over stations in Canada. These tables are necessary for obtaining the depth of water under the keel or over a shoal, for anchoring and for establishing the appropriate times for beaching a boat. Current tables provide predicted slack water times and maximum current times and velocities associated with the horizontal movement of the tide.
Tides Currents and Water Levels The Tides, Currents, and Water Levels Web Site provides predicted times and heights of high and low waters, and the hourly water levels for over seven hundred stations in Canada. The printed version is published yearly and is available through the authorized chart dealers.
It is also possible to obtain water level observations. The information available on this Web site may vary slightly from the information in the official documents published annually by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans and entitled Canadian Tide and Current Tables. In case of disparity, the information contained in the official publications will prevail.
Canadian Tidal Manual The Canadian Tidal Manual is designed to provide the theoretical background and the technical instruction necessary for the effective performance of the tasks involved in gathering and using tide, current, and water level information on hydrographic field surveys Warren D. Tidal Glossary David Pugh, Oceanography of the British Columbia coast This book deals with the physical aspects of the sea as exemplified by the Pacific Ocean and the contiguous waters of the British Columbia coast.
Although principally devoted to waves, currents, and tides, the book spans a broad spectrum of topics ranging from meteorology and marine biology to past and present marine geology. It attempts to elucidate the nature of oceanic motions and to relate them to everyday experience for the general interest of the casual reader and for the practical benefit of the professional mariner, scientist, or engineer DFO Library.
Magnetic declination calculator This calculator may be used to calculate the magnetic declination for a specified location and date based on the International Geomagnetic Reference Field model Natural Resources Canada.
Announcements and important messages Find announcements and important messages concerning the nautical charts and services section of our website. This includes scheduled maintenance, reported issues with tide and current tables, and changes to how nautical information is communicated. Update your nautical charts Many mariners understand the importance of having charts onboard but it is just as important to ensure that your charts are up to date.
If a buoy has changed or there is a new obstruction, you need to know about it before you encounter it, not after. How to update your chart, digital charts and paper charts. Canadian Coast Guard publications Find corporate information and publications from our programs and services: Corporate information, Environmental response, Fleet, Icebreaking, Marine communications and traffic services MCTS , Maritime security, Navigation, Wrecked, abandoned or hazardous vessels, Search and rescue.
This portal gives you access to official electronic data and services you need to plan a voyage in Canada. This publication describes, in detail, the characteristics of the aids to navigation system in Canada, including lights, buoys, lightstations, fog signals and more.
It also includes a full-colour poster that describes how to use the system. List of Lights, Buoys and Fog Signals Providing key information about Canadian Coast Guard approved and managed lights, buoys and fog signals, including position, characteristics, height and reference charts. The main purpose of RAMN is to present information on radio communications and radio navigational aids services provided in Canada by the Canadian Coast Guard.
Radio facilities of other government agencies that contribute to the safety of ships in Canadian waters are also included.
Publication in one volume for: Atlantic, St. This network provides coverage to Canadian coastal areas, major waterways, Vessel Traffic Services zones and ports. Ice Navigation in Canadian Waters The bitter Atlantic winter weather can bring harsh challenges for ships navigating on the east coast of Canada.
Two metre thick ice and six metre high ridges are common off the north-east coast of Newfoundland and in the Gulf of St. This manual aims to assist ships operating in ice in all Canadian waters, including the Arctic. This document will provide Masters and watchkeeping crew of vessels transiting Canadian ice-covered waters with the necessary information to achieve an understanding of the hazards, navigation techniques, and response of the vessel.
Icebreaking operations services The Canadian Coast Guard provides icebreaking services for commercial ships, ferries and fishing vessels in ice-covered Canadian waters, including vessel escorts, harbour breakouts, maintaining shipping routes and providing ice information services. These services ensure safe navigation, prevent the formation of ice jams and flooding and maintain open routes for maritime commerce. Fishing can be a dangerous activity that involves an extremely high level of risk.
While Canadian fish harvesters are encouraged to achieve safety through preventative actions, there are times when additional measures are necessary.
When dealing with emergencies, fish harvesters should understand three important components of the SAR system: alerting, detection and response. Notices to Mariners Annual Edition This annual edition provides information on the aids to navigation system in Canada, pilotage services, marine communications and traffic services, search and rescue, marine occurrences and pollution, marine protected areas, fishing activity, national defence notices and a variety of general information regarding marine navigation safety.
Notices to Mariners Monthly Edition Published monthly and available from the Canadian Coast Guard both online or through a free hardcopy subscription service. This essential publication provides the latest information on changes to the aids to navigation system, as well as updates from CHS regarding CHS charts and publications. It will advise you of our new initiatives, services and also of some important announcements concerning the maritime community.
Les vagues maximales peuvent atteindre 2 fois la hauteur significative. In addition to this, descriptive marine synopses are also issued. National Marine Weather Guide Met The National Marine Weather Guide is intended to provide mariners of all levels of ability with practical information and advice on safe navigation on the wide range of weather conditions they may encounter while travelling in Canadian waters.
Also the weather guide in PDF format. Regional marine weather guides The regional marine weather guides complete the National Guide and contains information on specific local weather effects. Ontario regional marine guide British Columbia Regional Marine Guide Quebec regional marine guide Prairies regional marine guide Atlantic Canada regional marine guide Arctic regional marine guides Regional marine weather information These quick reference guides outline the marine weather forecast services available for all marine areas that receive an Environment Canada forecast.
Lawrence River - Atlantic Coast. The VOS program has been discontinued within Canada. Hurricane season runs from June through November when the waters of the Atlantic Ocean are warm enough to produce a tropical cyclone. Just be prepared". Lawrence This guide is designed especially for mariners on the St Lawrence. The guide contains: Full details on wind and sea conditions - A description of the geography of the St Lawrence - A listing of some locations in which wind and sea combine to create special, and sometimes dangerous, situations - The main warning signs indicating a change in weather - Information on marine weather forecasts - Details on how to obtain forecasts directly and quickly Wave Model Forecasts Access information for two days on wave modelling.
Maps for the following areas : Atlantic Gulf of St. Height in meters. Maximum waves may be up to twice the significant height. It describes the standard procedures of the Canadian Ice Service CIS for observing, recording and reporting ice conditions. Also available in PDF file. Colours are used to enhance ice charts for presentations and briefings.
The colour codes allow users to make a quick assessment of the general ice conditions and to visually follow trends. It is important to remember that the colours alone cannot be used for navigation decisions and that more detailed ice information is contained within the Egg Code. Ice and iceberg bulletins or charts The Ice Products Guide: the Canadian Ice Service CIS provides a variety of products, representing accurate and timely information about ice and iceberg conditions in Canadian waters.
Marine Forecasts and Warnings for Canada Map with advisories, watches and warnings. The Marine Warning and Watches Program provides advisories to mariners or marine interests to inform them of marine weather conditions that may pose a hazard to their safety, security, or operation. Advisories are issued for specific weather events that are quite severe and could significantly impact Canadians. Watches alert you about weather conditions that are favourable for a storm or severe weather, which could cause safety concerns.
As certainty increases about the path and strength of a storm system, a watch may be upgraded to a warning, which is an urgent message that severe weather is either occurring or will occur. Image et description texte de l'image. Mon entreprise. Visitor Information Requirements for foreign recreational boaters in Canadian waters. All recreational boaters, both foreign and domestic, are expected to know the rules that govern their safe enjoyment in Canadian waters.
Once in Canadian waters, you must follow the rules that govern safety equipment, the safe operation of your pleasure craft, and protection of the environment that apply in Canada. Boating is fun, but about people die and many more get seriously injured every year in boating incidents. Most boating deaths and injuries can be avoided. While this guide offers a basic overview of boating safety, it should not be your only source of information.
Table of contents: Introduction, Geting started, Before you go, On the water, In an emergency, Contact information and reference cards. All mariners know the hazards of working at sea. Every year more than marine incidents are reported to the Canadian Marine Administration of Transport Canada. This booklet has been prepared by the Canadian Coast Guard to explain those regulations. References to specific sections of the official regulations are included so you can find more detailed information if you need it Distress and safety radiotelephone procedures TP E Distress procedures.
Distress, urgency ans safety signals. Figure and text description of figure. The Log shall be located at the main operating position of the ship radio station while the ship is at sea. It must be available for inspection by any person authorized by Transportation Safety Board of Canada, Transport Canada, a Radio Inspector or a authorized representative of another Administration. Small Fishing Vessel Safety Manual TP E This publication is a Safety Manual for small fishing vessels and discusses topics such as: stability, emergencies, navigating safely, life saving equipment, weather information, distress signals, safety on the job and equipment and installation.
This handbook provides information on safety on small fishing vessels under 24 metres , and is intended primarily for vessels where the Master or Operator does not hold a certificate of competency or has limited vocational training.
Document also available in PDF format. The purpose of this guide is to inform you of these responsibilities, and to let you know the safety requirements that apply to your operation and how to comply with them to avoid accidents.
The information in this guide relates to: assenger-carrying commercial vessels that are not more than 15 gross tonnage and that carry no more than 12 passengers; and workboats commercial vessels that do not carry passengers that are not more than 15 gross tonnage. Collision regulations with Canadian modifications. Table of Contents: 1 Interpretation; 2 Prohibition; 3 Application; 4 Compliance; 5 Proof of compliance — lights, shapes, sound-signalling appliances and radar reflectors; 6 Standards — lights, shapes, sound-signalling appliances and radar reflectors; 7 Notices to mariners and notices to shipping; Schedule International regulations for preventing collisions at sea, with Canadian modifications.
Reference cards about rules of the road and buoys Rules of the road TP Lateral buoys and standard daybeacons TP Cardinal buoys and special buoys TP Arctic Shipping Arctic shipping in Canada is governed by several pieces of legislation. These laws relate to voyage reporting requirements, pollution prevention rules, cruise ships, polar class vessel requirements, crewing requirements. Guidelines for the Operation of Passenger Vessels in Canadian Arctic Waters TP E These Guidelines are intended to provide information on the requirements of Federal and Territorial government agencies during the planning phase of cruises and during the subsequent Arctic voyages.
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