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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:  Breakbulk | Bulk | Containers | Cruise | 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 10.8 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.
Repairs/Drydocks:  Possible.
Medical:  Facilities available.
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CAMTR

OVERVIEW:  A multipurpose port open throughout the year. Montreal primarily handles containers but also dry and liquid bulk, passengers, Ro-Ro and breakbulk 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.
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.
DOCUMENTS: 
1 Bill(s) of Lading
1 Cargo Manifest
1 Crew Effects Declaration (CBSA Form Y14)
1 Crew List (CBSA Form IMM200)
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