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Bahia De Matarani

Bahia De Matarani

Characteristics

Description

Port protected by a breakwater.
14/05/2011
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Bahia De Matarani
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7/10/2016
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Port protégé par une digue.
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Flying distances - Direct line

Faro de Alacran (Arica N Chile)

134nm
131°
Au S du port d'Arica, sur l'île d'Alacran, se trouve un phare, tour cylindrique rouge et blanche, haute de 26m. A côté du phare, il y a un vieux fort espagnol, construit pour protéger l’entrepôt royal de Potosi (argent) et le port d'Arica des attaques des pirates. 
26 Sep 17

Puerto de Arica (N Chile)

134nm
131°
Arica is a port city which lies at the SE end of the bay of the same name. It is the capital of the province of Arica, in the region of Arica Panaricota. It is known as the "City of Eternal Spring".
It was the scene of one of the most famous episodes of the Pacific War (1879/1884), ...
12 Dec 12

Club nautico de Arica (N Chile)

134nm
131°
S Acra commercial harbour is Alacran island connected to the mainland by a road, from is where a small dock. A small  breakwater extends from the island. 100 mooring buoys.
Draught max: 18 m
Length max: 25 m
12 Dec 12

Morro de Arica (N Chile)

135nm
131°
Morro de Arica (110 m high) is a hill that falls steeply into the sea, S Arica city. 
During the War of the Pacific (1879-1880) the morro de Arica was taken by Chilean troops in a heroic deed after only one hour of fighting against the Peruvian-Bolivian army. This historical ...
12 Dec 12

Punta Paloma (N Chile)

137nm
132°
At about 4 NM of Alacran island, Punta Paloma is projected into the sea from the rocky coast.A big white rock is located on the beach N of the point.
6 Dec 12

Cabo Lobos (Arica N Chile)

147nm
137°
Cabo Lobos is dark-colored and steep. It rises to an elevation of about 745 m. A spur, terminating in a hillock, projects from the S side of the cape.
13 Dec 12

Punta Camarones (Arica N Chile)

169nm
142°
Punta Camarones is conspicious from S because of some white patches on it and the islets wich lie close offshore.
13 Dec 12

Punta Gorda (Tarapaca N Chile)

173nm
143°
Punta Gorda, about 5.3 NM S of Punta Camarores, is a wide massive promontory. Eastward of the point the land rises to a height of about 986 m. Abovewater rocks extend 0.1 NM off the point.
13 Dec 12

Caleta Chica (Tarapaca N Chile)

175nm
143°
Caleta Chica about 1.5 NM SE of Punta Gorda is a small cove, welle sheltered. It is difficult to identify from the S, however, a hill, 19.8 to 30m high, S of the cove, and Punta Gorda make good landmarks. The land at the head of the cove can be identified by its reddish color.
The ...
13 Dec 12

Punta Pisagua (Tarapaca N Chile)

188nm
144°
Located at about 16 NM SSE of Punta Gorda, Punta Pisagua is rocky and rises very steeply inland.
It delimits to N the Pisagua cove.
13 Dec 12

Punta Pichalo (Tarapaca Chile)

189nm
145°
Punta Pisagua closes at S the Pisagua bay at about 2,8 NM SSW of Punta Pisagua. It is a ridge which extends about 2 NM W from the general trend of coast.
There are a number of hummocks on the ridge. A conspicuous antenna stands on the ridge about 0.5 mile E of the point. A light ...
13 Dec 12

Caleta Pisagua (Huara Chile)

189nm
145°
Pisaqua bay is located between Punta Pichalo and NE Punta Pisaga, at about 2,8 NM. The shore bank, with several islets on it, follows close along the shores of the bay. Roca Cooke, Roca Carbonera, Banco Nuevo, and Roca Osorio are dangers lying close off the shore bank and ...
12 Dec 12
Local Area

Peru

The Republic of Peru is a country in western South America. It is bordered on the north by Ecuador and Colombia, on the east by Brazil, on the southeast by Bolivia, on the south by Chile, and on the west by the Pacific Ocean.
Sailing
  Keep a close eye for small fishing ...
12 Nov 11

SE Pacific Ocean

Pacific Ocean, largest and deepest of the world's five oceans, covering more than a third of the earth's surface and containing more than half of its free water. The part south of the equator is called the South
Pacific. The name Pacific, which means peaceful, was given to it by ...
13 Jan 09
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