Pleasure Craft Tolls

Canadian Locks

COVID-19 Limitations on Pleasure Craft Transits

    • Please be aware of COVID-19 related special procedures and limitations as detailed in the Pleasure Craft Bulletins specific to the lock(s) that you intend to transit.
    • The automatic ticket dispensers located on the pleasure craft docks next to the locks will not be available this 2020 navigation season

Payment of Pleasure Craft Tolls

Secunik (https://www.secunik.com/)

  1. Download the mobile app
  2. Search for “SEAWAY”
  3. Our locks are identified as:
    • SLB = Saint-Lambert, QC
    • CSC = Cote-Sainte-Catherine, QC
    • BOH = Beauharnois, QC
    • IRO = Iroquois, ON
    • NIALKS = Welland, ON

To report any problems related to Secunik, please contact: transit@seaway.ca

The tolls apply only to pleasure craft up to 300 gross registered tonnes. Larger craft are subject to the regular tolls payable under the Seaway Schedule of Tolls which is included in the Seaway Handbook, together with the Seaway Practices and Procedures. The Handbook is available here on our website.

South Shore Canal
St. Lambert Lock ($25.00 CAD)
Cote St. Catherine Lock ($25.00 CAD)
Beauharnois Canal
Beauharnois Lock 3 & 4 ($50.00 CAD)
Iroquois Canal
Iroquois Lock ($25.00 CAD)
Welland Canal (eight locks)
Welland Locks ($200.00 CAD)

 


American Locks

Pleasure Craft Toll per Lock: $30 (cash, U.S. or Canadian funds)

At the American locks in the Montreal/Lake Ontario section, tolls for upbound craft will be collected by the officer in charge at the Bertrand H. Snell lock. Tolls for downbound craft will be collected by the officer in charge at the Dwight D. Eisenhower lock. Every effort should be made to have the exact toll (cash) available. No premium will be allowed for currency exchange rates.

American locks do not accept credit cards nor sell tickets at the locks; however, tickets can be purchased in advance at the www.pay.gov website (via the link below).