St. Lawrence Seaway Releases 2004 Draft Details

Monday, March 01, 2004
The Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway System issued a Notice establishing allowable drafts for the 2004 navigation season. In the Welland Canal, a maximum draft of 80.8 dm (26’6”) will be in effect for inland vessels and for ocean vessels equipped with bow thrusters. For ocean vessels not equipped with bow thrusters, the maximum draft will be 80.0 dm (26’3”). In the Montreal/Lake Ontario section, the maximum draft will be 79.2 dm (26’0”) until the South Shore Canal is ice-free or April 15, whichever occurs first, when the maximum draft will be increased to 80dm (26’3”). Seaway Notice No. 2 – 2004 (HK Law)
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