33 CFR Part 401, Subpart A, Schedule III to Subpart A of Part 401 - Calling-in Table

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Schedule III to Subpart A of Part 401—Calling-in Table
C.I.P. and checkpoint Station to call Message content
upbound vessels
1. C.I.P. 2—entering Sector 1 (order of passing through established):
(a) Vessels transiting from the Lower St. Lawrence River Seaway Beauharnois, channel 14 1. Name of vessel.2. Location. 3. Destination. 4. Drafts, fore and aft. 5. Cargo. 6. Manifested dangerous cargo—nature and quantity; IMO classification; location where dangerous cargo is stowed. 7. Pilot requirement—Lake Ontario. 8. Confirm pilot requirement—Upper Beauharnois Lock (inland vessels only).
(b) Vessels in Montreal Harbor, dock, berth or anchorage:
(i) Before getting under way ......do 1. Name of vessel.2. Location. 3. Destination. 4. Drafts, fore and aft. 5. Cargo. 6. Manifested dangerous cargo—nature and quantity; IMO classification; location where dangerous cargo is stowed. 7. Pilot requirement—Lake Ontario. 8. Confirm pilot requirement—Upper Beauharnois Lock (inland vessels only).
(ii) C.I.P. 2—entering Sector 1 (order of passing through established) ......do 1. Name of vessel.2. Location.
2. C.I.P. 3—order of passing through established ......do 1. Name of vessel.2. Location.
3. Exiting Upper Beauharnois Lock ......do 1. Name of vessel.2. Location. 3. ETA C.I.P. 7. 4. Confirm pilot requirement—Snell Lock (inland vessels only).
4. C.I.P. 7—leaving sector 1 ......do 1. Name of vessel2. Location.
5. C.I.P. 7—entering sector 2 Seaway Eisenhower, channel 12 1. Name of vessel.2. Location. 3. ETA Snell lock.
6. C.I.P. 8—order of passing through established ......do 1. Name of vessel.2. Location.
7. C.I.P. 8A ......do 1. Name of vessel.2. Location.
8. Exiting Eisenhower Lock ......do 1. Name of vessel.2. Location. 3. ETA C.I.P. 11. 4. Confirm pilot requirement—Lake Ontario. 5. All ports of call.
9. C.I.P. 11—leaving sector 2 ......do 1. Name of vessel.2. Location.
10. C.I.P. 11—entering sector 3 Seaway Iroquois, channel 11 1. Name of vessel.2. Location.
11. C.I.P. 12—order of passing through established ......do 1. Name of vessel.2. Location.
12. Exiting Iroquois lock ......do 1. Name of vessel.2. Location. 3. ETA Cross Over Island.
13. Cross Over Island—leaving sector 3 ......do 1. Name of vessel.2. Location.
14. Cross Over Island—entering sector 4 Seaway Clayton, channel 13 1. Name of vessel.2. Location. 3. ETA Cape Vincent or River Port.
15. Whale back Shoal—Con ......do 4. Confirm pilot requirement—Lake Ontario.
16. Wolfe Island Cut (Beauvais Point)—vessels leaving main channel ......do 1. Name of vessel.2. Location. 3. ETA Kingston.
17. Cape Vincent ......do 1. Name of vessel.2. Location. 3. ETA Sodus Point. 4. ETA Port Weller (C.I.P. 15) or Lake Ontario Port. 5. Pilot requirement—Port Weller.
18. Sodus Point Seaway Sodus, Channel 12 1. Name of vessel.2. Location. 3. ETA mid-Lake Ontario.
19. Mid Lake Ontario—entering Sector 5 Seaway Newcastle, channel 11 1. Name of Vessel.2. Location. 3. Pilot requirement—Lake Erie.
20. Mid-Lake Ontario—entering sector 5 ......do 1. Name of vessel.2. Location.
21. Newcastle ......do 1. Name of Vessel.2. Location.
22. C.I.P. 15—order of passing through established Seaway Welland, channel 14 1. Name of vessel.2. Location. 3. Destination. 4. Drafts, fore and aft. 5. Cargo. 6. Pilot requirement—Lake Erie.
Port Colborne piers ......do 1. Name of vessel.2. Location. 3. ETA Long Point.
23. C.I.P. 16 Seaway Long Point, channel 11 1. Name of vessel.2. Location.
24. Long Point—leaving sector 7 ......do 1. Name of vessel.2. Location.
downbound vessels
29. Long Point—entering Sector 7 Seaway Long Point, channel 11 1. Name of Vessel.2. Location. 3. ETA C.I.P. 16 or Port. 4. Manifested dangerous cargo, including: —nature and quantity. —IMO classification. —location where dangerous cargo is stowed. and, if proceeding to Welland Canal, 5. Destination. 6. Drafts, fore and aft. 7. Cargo. 8. Pilot requirement—Lake Ontario.
30. C.I.P. 16—order of passing through established Seaway Welland, channel 14 1. Name of Vessel.2. Location.
31. Exiting lock No. 1, Welland Canal ......do 1. Name of vessel2. Location. 3. ETA Newcastle. 4. ETA Cape Vincent or Lake Ontario Port. 5. Pilot requirement—Cape Vincent.
32. C.I.P. 15 Seaway Newcastle, channel 11 1. Name of vessel.2. Location.
33. Newcastle ......do 1. Name of vessel.2. Location. 3. ETA mid-Lake Ontario. 4. ETA Sodus Point.
34. Mid-Lake Ontario—leaving sector 5 ......do 1. Name of vessel.2. Location.
35. Mid-Lake Ontario—entering Sector 4 Seaway Sodus, Channel 12 1. Name of vessel.2. Location.
36. Sodus Point Seaway Sodus, Channel 12 1. Name of vessel.2. Location. 3. Updated ETA Cape Vincent or Lake Ontario Port. 4. Confirm river pilot requirement. 5. Pilot requirement—Snell Lock and/or Upper Beauharnois Lock (inland vessels only).
37. Cape Vincent Seaway Clayton, channel 13 1. Name of vessel2. Location. 3. ETA Cross Over Island or river port.
38. Wolfe Island Cut (Quebec Head)—vessels entering main channel ......do 1. Name of vessel.2. Location. 3. ETA Cross Over Island or river port.
39. Cross Over Island—leaving sector 4 ......do 1. Name of vessel.2. Location.
40. Cross Over Island—entering sector 3 Seaway Iroquois, channel 11 1. Name of vessel.2. Location.
41. C.I.P. 14 ......do 1. Name of vessel.2. Location.
42. C.I.P. 13—order of passing through established ......do 1. Name of vessel.2. Location.
43. Exiting Iroquois Lock ......do 1. Name of vessel.2. Location. 3. ETA C.I.P. 10. 4. Harbor or river pilot requirement—St. Lambert. 5. Confirm pilot requirement—Snell Lock (inland vessels only).
44. C.I.P. 10—leaving sector 3 ......do 1. Name of vessel.2. Location.
45. C.I.P. 10—entering sector 2 Seaway Eisenhower, channel 12 1. Name of vessel.2. Location.
46. C.I.P. 9—order of passing through established ......do 1. Name of vessel.2. Location. 3. ETA Snell lock.
47. Exiting Snell lock ......do 1. Name of vessel.2. Location. 3. ETA C.I.P. 6.
48. Buoy D47 Lake St. Francis ......do 1. Name of vessel.2. Location. 3. Confirm pilot requirement—Upper Beauharnois Lock (inland vessels only).
49. C.I.P. 6—leaving sector 2 ......do 1. Name of Vessel.2. Location.
50. C.I.P. 6—entering sector 1 Seaway Beauharnois, channel 14 1. Name of vessel.2. Location.
51. C.I.P. 5—order of passing through established ......do 1. Name of vessel.2. Location.
52. Exiting Lower Beauharnois Lock ......do 1. Name of vessel.2. Location. 3. Confirm harbor or river pilot requirement—St. Lambert. 4. Montreal Harbor Berth number (if applicable).
53. St. Nicholas Island ......do 1. Name of vessel.2. Location.
54. St. Lambert lock to C.I.P. 2—leaving sector 1 ......do 1. Name of vessel.2. Location.
Upbound and Downbound Vessels
55. Vessels departing from ports between mid-lake Ontario and Long Point, except vessels westbound from a Lake Erie port and not transiting the Welland Canal Appropriate Seaway station for sector 1. Name of Vessel.2. Location. 3. Manifested dangerous cargo: —nature and quantity —IMO classification —location where dangerous cargo is stowed. and if proceeding to Welland Canal, 4. Destination. 5. Drafts, fore and aft. 6. Cargo. 7. Pilot requirement: —Lake Erie if upbound or Lake Ontario if downbound.
(68 Stat. 93-96, 33 U.S.C. 981-990, as amended and secs. 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 12 and 13 ofsec. 2 ofPub. L. 95-474, 92 Stat. 1471)
[39 FR 10900, Mar. 22, 1974, as amended at 39 FR 27797, Aug. 1, 1974; 40 FR 11722, Mar. 13, 1975; 40 FR 25814, June 19, 1975. Redesignated at 42 FR 27588, May 31, 1977; 43 FR 25819, June 15, 1978. Further redesignated and amended at 45 FR 52381, Aug. 7, 1980; 47 FR 51125, Nov. 12, 1982; 48 FR 20692, May 9, 1983; 55 FR 48600, Nov. 21, 1990; 65 FR 52915, Aug. 31, 2000; 75 FR 10690, Mar. 9, 2010]

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