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Pre Arrival:  Overview | Location | Charts | Limits   ...
Arrival:  Approach | Pilots | Anchor
Communications:  Pratique | Pre-Arrival | VHF | VTS/Radar
Berthing Ops:  Tugs | Berths | Mooring
Cargo:  Bulk | Containers | Cruise | Other | Tankers   ...
Pollution:  Ballast | Waste | Slops
Facilities:  Medical | Water | Fuel | Chandler | Stores   ...
Security:  Police etc | Emergency | Security | Regs
Local Info:  Time | Weather
Shore:  Consuls | Tel. | Airport | Connections | Banks
Misc:  Authority | Agent
Report:  Report

Summary

Max. Size:  Channel:  Depth 11.3 m. Containers:  Depth 10.7 m. Passengers:  Depth 10.2 m. Ro-Ro:  Depth 10.8 m. Bulk:  Depth 10.8 m. Tankers:  Depth 10.7 m.
Fuel:  Available.
Airport:  Montreal Trudeau Int'l, 17 km.
Medical:  Facilities available.

Port Plans

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ACE Reports

SHIPMASTER'S REPORT: April 1999 Vessel:  Chemical tanker, 40,700 d.w.t.
Berth:  OLCO Terminal Berth No. 94
Drafts:  The arrival draft was 8.9 m. even-keel.
Berthing:  The berth is at the end of a quay. There was fendering in place on the quay face. We berthed starboard side alongside. The mooring lines tie-up was 4-2-2 forward and 3-2-2 aft. Due to the leads, the head lines were very long leads (see Plan).
Cargo Handling Facilities:  Cargo discharge was via 1×8 in. hose, though 2×8 in. hoses were connected, but one was found to be damaged.

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Warning: Dangerous cargoes: see `` Regulations''
OVERVIEW:  A multipurpose port open throughout the year. Montreal primarily handles containers but also dry and liquid bulk, passengers, Ro-Ro, breakbulk and general cargo. Many berths have rail access via an intra-port system with connections possible to the Canadian and United States national networks.
LOCATION:  At the confluence of the Ottawa and St. Lawrence Rivers in SW Quebec Province, 130 n.m. SW of Quebec City and 150 n.m. NE of Lake Ontario.
CHARTS:  Canadian Charts No. 1310, 1311 and 1429. BA Chart No. 4774, 4777, 4782, 4783, 4784, 4785, 4786, 4787, 4788, 4789, 4790, 4791 and 4792..
BA Chart No. 4774, 4777, 4782, 4783, 4784, 4785, 4786, 4787, 4788, 4789, 4790, 4791 and 4792..
Publications:  BA St Lawrence Pilot, NP 65.
PORT LIMITS:  To the south of the Port of Sorel at Calling-In-Point (CIP) 23 to Victoria Bridge at CIP 02.
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