Début de la saison des éclusages pour la plaisance aux écluses canadiennes

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25 mai, 2022

La saison des éclusages pour les embarcations de plaisance commencera en mai 2022 aux écluses canadiennes et voici les dates importantes.

Section Montréal – lac Ontario

Fin de semaine de préouverture : du vendredi 20 mai 2022 au dimanche 22 mai 2022

Saison de plaisance officielle : du vendredi 27 mai 2022 au lundi 10 octobre 2022

Fin de semaine post-fermeture : du vendredi 14 octobre 2022 au dimanche 16 octobre 2022

Veuillez noter que, encore cette année, vous devrez réserver vos éclusages en ligne pour votre transit aux écluses canadiennes de la section Montréal-lac Ontario (Saint-Lambert, Côte Sainte-Catherine, Beauharnois et Iroquois). Vous devrez vous connecter en utilisant les informations de votre compte. Si vous n’avez pas de compte, vous serez invité à en créer un.

Pour réservations : https://grandslacs-voiemaritime.com/fr/navigation-de-plaisance/reservations-embarcations-de-plaisance/

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