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Cartier I

In 1910 the specially-designed surveying steamer "Cartier" arrived from England and replaced the older vessel (La Canadienne) from 1929 The Canadian Surveyor

 

Year

HIC

Capt./Sail. Master

Location

Survey Type

1925

R.J. Fraser

James Roach

Quebec

Hydrographic

1929

Que, Gulf of St. Lawrence

Hydrographic

1930

Que, Gulf of St. Lawrence

Hydrographic

 

 

Cartier II

(1958 notes): Launched 1948 - Gross tonnage: 312 - Length 128 ft - No of launches 2 -Total personnel 26 - Hydrographers 5 - Converted minesweeper

It appears that 1965 was the last survey season. 

 

Year

HIC

Capt./Sail. Master

Location

Survey Type

1949

E.L. Ritchie

Gulf of St. Lawrence, Que

Harbour, Passage

1950

L.P. Murdock

Nfld

for Navy

1952     Richibucto, NB, Havre St Pierre and off the Gaspe Peninsula, Que Various
1953 H. Furuya   Labrador, NB Coastal
1954     Lake Melville NL,  Shippigan Hbr Appr, NB Inland,           Inshore
1955     New Brunswick, Labrador, Quebec Inshore, Coastal
1956 R.C. Melanson   Gulf of St Lawrence, Appr. to Hamilton Inl., Goose Bay, Labrador Inshore, Coastal
1958     Caraquet, NB, Labrador Inshore, Control
1959     Nfld, Makkovik Bay, Hamilton Inlet, Goose Bay Various
1959     NB, Cape Bald Harbour, for Nat. Research Council
         
 1962 Mike Bolton  A.J. Kerr  Kingston, Ont & lower St. Lawrence River  Training 
 1963 Sid van Dyck  A.J. Kerr  Kingston, Ont. & lower St. Lawrence River & Gulf  Training 
         

1964

A.J. Kerr

A.J. Kerr

Great Lakes

Inland

1965

H.B. MacDonald

Lake Erie, Ont

Hydrography, Pilot and Sailing Directions