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Anse de Senival

Anse de Senival

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Petite anse entre le "Nez des Voidries" au NE et le "Nez de Jobourg" au SE.
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Flying distances - Direct line

Cap de la Hague

3nm
Cap de la Hague, a low point fronted by drying rocks, is located 3.2 miles N of Nez de Jobourg . Dangers extend up to about 0.8 mile seaward on the N side and about 1.5 miles on the W side of the cape. A signal station, consisting of a white tower and a dwelling, stands on the N extremity.
The ...
7 May 12

Phare de Goury

2.9nm
351°
Le phare de la Hague, ou phare de Goury, s'élève à 800 mètres au large du cap de la Hague  (Manche), sur le rocher dit « le Gros du Raz ». Il signale le « Raz Blanchard », l'un des courants les plus forts d'Europe, et le passage de la Déroute entre ...
7 May 12

Port Racine

2.9nm
38°
Abrité en bordure de la magnifique et légendaire Anse St Martin, le Port Racine tient son nom d'un corsaire du 18ème siècle.
Ses dimensions en font le plus petit port de France. Ici, point de place pour un ponton. Seules quelques barques de pêcheurs sont amarrées traditionnellement ...
18 Dec 07

Anse Saint-Martin

3.2nm
42°
6 May 12

Port du Hâble

4.6nm
65°
Jamais à sec, les marins considéraient jadis ce port comme le meilleur mouillage du Cotentin. Le port a conservé son nom norois de Hâble. Dans le passé, il fut un port important des Gaulois et des Romains qui commerçaient avec l'Angleterre car bien desservi par deux voies ...
6 May 12

Anse de Vauville

5.1nm
144°
Longue plage de 6nm offrant un vaste mouillage de beau temps.
6 May 12

Diélette

7.9nm
156°
In the lee of the Cap de Flamanville, along the wild-looking but temperate western coast of the Cotentin peninsula, Diélette pleasure harbour is admirably located ? opposite the Channel Islands of Guernesey (28 miles), Jersey (36 miles and Alderney (12 miles).
You can berth at ...
3 Dec 07

Port de Querqueville

10nm
91°
Nombreux mouillage dans le port et dans la baie gérés par une Association des Pêcheurs Usagers.
7 May 12

Alderney Harbour

10nm
287°
The Harbour office is open: June to August: 0800 – 2000; At all other times: 0800 – 1700 Monday to Friday;On arrival please call into the Harbour Office where our friendly and helpful staff will ensure that you have all the nautical, weather and general information required for ...
8 Oct 15

Cherbourg Port Chantereyne

12nm
97°
The port of Cherbourg is both a naval and a commercial port. It is an important port of call for passenger vessels in the transatlantic service. The outer roadstead provides a deep and well-sheltered anchorage. There are also extensive facilities for fishing vessels and pleasure craft.The ...
7 May 12

Port des Flamands

13nm
95°
Port fermé par deux digues formant une passe de 50 mètres de large. La digue occidentale de fermeture de 320 mètres qui se termine par un musoir de 10 mètres de diamètre, prolonge l'enrochement du terre-plein des Mielles. La digue orientale de 200 mètres et son musoir de ...
7 May 12

Port du Becquet

15nm
94°
Le Becquet, situated 1 mile E of Cherbourg, is a small drying harbor. It is used by local fishing vessels and pleasure craft. A lighted range indicates the approach. Buoys (special) are moored about 0.4 mile and 2.3 miles N of this harbor.
Le Grunes de Bretteville, a group of rocky ...
7 May 12
Local Area

Ouest Cotentin

The W coast of the Cotentin Peninsula is one of the most inhospitable coasts of France. There are few prominent objects, and it is bordered by dangers which join with those of Jersey, the Iles Chausey, and Plateau des Minquiers. Fog is frequent and the tidal currents are strong.
This ...
20 May 12

Manche - English Channel

The English Channel (French: La Manche, "the sleeve") is an arm of the Atlantic Ocean that separates the island of Great Britain from northern France.
A number of major islands are situated in the Channel, as the Isle of Wight off the English coast and the British crown dependencies ...
3 Jun 12

NE Atlantic Ocean

The Atlantic Ocean is the second-largest of the world's oceanic divisions; with a total area of about 106.4 million square kilometres (41.1 million square miles), it covers approximately one-fifth of the Earth's surface.
The Atlantic Ocean has irregular coasts indented by numerous ...
31 Jul 11
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