Notices to Shipping – Welland Canal

#2 – Testing of “Hands Free Mooring Equipment”, “Self Spotting”, “Vessels Ability to Stop Without Use of Mooring Lines” and “Later Hydraulic Assist”

March 30, 2009

#1 – General Instructions

March 30, 2009

#8 – Two-Person Lockage Procedures at Lock 8

December 2, 2008

#7 – Testing of “Hands Free Mooring Equipment” & “Self Spotting” in Lock 7

March 20, 2008

#6 – Wooden Stand-Offs at Wharf 18.3 – Port Colborne Harbour

March 20, 2008

#5 – Communications Between Bridge Operator and Vessel Prior to Bridge Lowering – Revised

March 20, 2008

#4 – Security Awareness While Entering / Departing Seaway Locks

March 20, 2008

#3 – Mooring Certain Vessels in Lock Chambers Using Less than 4 Mooring Wires

March 20, 2008

#2 – Up Bound Mooring & Down Bound Cast-Off Procedures – Canadian Seaway Locks

March 20, 2008

#1 – General Instructions

March 20, 2008

#8 – Low Water Levels Lake Ontario

November 16, 2007

#7 – Self Spotting — Testing in Lock 8

October 23, 2007

#6 – Mooring Certain Vessels in Lock Chambers Using Less Than 4 Mooring Wires

August 8, 2007

#5 – Security Awareness While Entering / Departing Seaway Locks

May 29, 2007

#4 – Testing of Hands Free Mooring Equipment in Lock 8

March 20, 2007

#3 – Hydraulic Conversion of Locks 4, 5 and 6 West-Construction Zone

March 20, 2007

#2 – Up Bound Mooring & Down Bound Cast-Off Procedures – Canadian Seaway Locks

March 20, 2007

#1 – General Instructions

March 20, 2007