Bras d'Or
St Anns
Cape Breton

Anchorage & Harbour Charts

The chartlets of the Bras d'Or Lakes are new renditions of those published in Cruise Cape Breton, originally prepared by Roy Mac Keen, a founding member and Past Commodore of the Dobson Yacht Club. All are redrawn and updated using computer graphics. They include recent observations and soundings provided by cruisers and information from several sources. These sources include: Canadian Coast Guard, Canadian Hydrographic Service (CHS), satellite and aerial imagery, and sonar data. We corrected many mapping and naming errors and revised names of places and geographic features to agree with those given on current CHS charts. Chart maintenance is an on-going process. Many coastal harbours of Cape Breton Island are now included. Cruisers are 'Urged to Use Caution' in using the chartlets. See Disclaimer.

Clip-board with chart
Alert symbolThese chartlets are NO SUBSTITUTE for CHS charts.
They provide useful information and detail, unavailable in CHS charts, and are intended to be a handy reference at the helm.

An advantage of having the chartlets in a loose-leaf binder instead of a bound guidebook is that they are easily slipped into a plastic, protective sleeve for use on a clip-board at the helm. If water damages it, you've only one page to replace. Also, it is easy to replace a chart when a new version is issued. Some users laminate charts of their favourite areas to make them waterproof.

We invite cruisers and boaters with more up-to-date information, or suggestions to enhance the accuracy or usefulness of these charts, to Contact Us.

PDF iconClicking on the title of a chart will bring up the chart and information in PDF-format, suitable for saving, viewing, or printing. The 'Overview' for an area includes the Key Chart.

DocumentCHART BOOKS in PDF-format (eBook), as shown by the muli-page PDF symbol, are available for viewing and printing. See Downloads for more information.

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NOTE: All soundings in FEET, north arrow indicates TRUE NORTH.
See Abbreviations & Symbols.
See notes on Buoyage.
History An article of historical interest.

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Revised: 2019-02-03Register HERE