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Wed Jun 29 6:10:11 EDT 2011, Quebec City, QC, Canada

AM steering past the bridges at Quebec City. We spent a couple of days in Quebec City.

Unusual Cargo
Wed Jun 29 0:00:00 EDT 2011, St Lawrence River, Quebec

The Rosaire A. Desgagnes, loaded with some interesting-looking cargo, passes.

Mon Jun 27 20:35:33 EDT 2011, St Lawrence River, Quebec

Tue Jun 28 9:35:59 EDT 2011 | AMos
Beautiful pictures, Richard. Were you in Montreal for long? How's Issuma faring? It looks like it has been a fairly easy passage so far, yes?
Wed Jun 29 6:02:12 EDT 2011 | Richard Hudson
Thanks, Amos. We sat out some weather just upstream of Montreal for a couple of days, then went right thru. I'm quite behind on the blog at present. Issuma is doing well.
Thu Jun 23 10:02:00 EDT 2011

Jordan steering Issuma out of Montreal Harbor as Okhta Bridge overtakes us.

Narrow Channel
Thu Jun 23 10:01:00 EDT 2011

Heloise passes in the narrow channel.

Entrance Sign
Wed Jun 22 10:01:00 EDT 2011

A lot of the lock entrance signs look like this one. It is saying the Small Craft Dock is a few hundred metres to the right.

Narrow Channel
Mon Jun 20 8:45:28 EDT 2011, Montreal, QC, Canada

The Catherine Desgagnes in the narrow Canal de Beauharnois.

Wed Jun 22 6:37:17 EDT 2011 | terry
question .... what is the cost ... to take your boat thru the locks? by the foot or flat price
Mon Jun 27 20:17:20 EDT 2011 | Richard Hudson
It costs $25 (either US or Canadian dollars) per lock to take a recreational boat thru.
Protection Gate
Wed Jun 15 0:00:00 EDT 2011, St Lawrence Seaway, Quebec

The protection gate is put down in front of the far lock door when vessels enter the lock. It is there to stop a vessel from accidentally going too far and damaging the lock doors. While Issuma is way too small to damage those lock doors, the procedure is followed for all vessels entering the lock.

In The Lock
Tue Jun 14 21:15:49 EDT 2011, St Lawrence Seaway, Quebec

Swing Bridge
Tue Jun 14 21:01:45 EDT 2011, St Lawrence Seaway, Quebec

Swing bridge opens to let us into the lock

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