Canada - Bay Of Fundy
VHF ProceduresSECTORS: Bay of Fundy VTS area is divided into sectors as follows:SECTOR 1: VHF CH 14 VIA FUNDY TRAFFIC. Area between outer limit of VTS Zone and a line joininga) 45° 03’N 66° 27’Wb) 44° 43’N 66° 44’Wc) 44° 36’N 65° 56’WAs shown on Page YSJ 2SECTOR 2: VHF CH 12 VIA FUNDY TRAFFIC. The inner boundary of Sector 1, and the eastern boundary of the zone including the waters of Saint John Harbour northwards to a line joining:Pleasant Point, 45° 16'29"N, 66° 05'47"W; and Pokiok 45° 16'38"N, 66° 05'35"W.SECTOR 3: VHF CH 71 VIA FUNDY TRAFFIC. Area east of a line joining positions 45° 19'N, 65° 32'W and 44° 57'N, 65° 16'W, as shown on Page YSJ 2.When transiting the system, all vessels shall keep watch on designated frequency.Permission to change frequency or to end VHF watch shall be obtained from FUNDY TRAFFIC
VTS PlansNot to be used for NavigationPlease choose your required file:
ReportsSee also Pages EEE 1 and EEE 2.1. All vessels to report to FUNDY TRAFFIC before entering system.2. Report at all Calling in Points (Waypoints) shown on YSJ 2, and at locations directed by Fundy Traffic.Report to contain IMO SRS ITEMS:Alpha Delta NovemberVIA VHF SECTOR FREQUENCY3. Report on arrival at destination giving IMO SRS ITEMS:Alpha DeltaALL TIMES IN LOCAL TIMES4. Report prior to departure from berth giving IMO SRS ITEMS:Alpha, India, Papa, X-Ray (ETD).VIA VHF SECTOR FREQUENCYMariners should refer to the Canadian Coast Guard’s Radio Aids to Marine Navigation (RAMN) - Annual Edition - DF05470 for additional information.
PilotageSAINT JOHN (COMPULSORY)Pilots board at 45 10’N 66 03’W. Send ETA 12 h and 4 h before arrival to:Atlantic Pilotage Authority Dispatch Halifax,Via Tel: 1-(877)272 3477Fax: 1-(877) 745 3477Email: email@example.comWeb: http://www.atlanticpilotage.com/agentsINMARSAT:Tel: 1-(902) 426 7610Fax: 1-(902) 426 7236Telex: 01921500 - answer back “pilot hfx”Or via: FUNDY COAST GUARD RADIO/VAR VHF CH 16Tel: 1-(506) 636 4696Toll Free: 1-888 528 6444or through any MCTS Station
Please select a VTS on the left hand side