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Golfe de Beauduc

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Golfe de Beauduc

Characteristics

Description

Vessels can take anchorage in Golfe des Saintes-Maries to the N of Pointe de Beauduc. The roadstead is sheltered from E winds and has depths of 10 to 12m, muddy sand, good holding ground. Local knowledge is advised.
Caution.—An anchoring and dredging prohibited area, the limits of which are shown on the chart, extends NW of Pointe de Beauduc.
Several wrecks, some dangerous to navigation, lie up to 2.5 miles offshore between Pointe de Beauduc and the mouth of the River Rhone.

Golfe de Beauduc has low and sandy shores which are backed by sand dunes, 6 to 7m high. It is entered between Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer and Pointe de Beauduc (Pointe du Sablon), 8 miles ESE. A light is shown from a structure, 18m high, standing 6 miles E of Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer.

20/04/2012
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Bon mouillage dans la baie de Beauduc, à peu près à mi-chemin entre Port Camargue et le golfe de Fos.  Le phare de la Gacholle permet l'accès au mouillage du golfe de Beauduc en évitant les dangers de la pointe du Sablon.

19/04/2012
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