Accés a mi marée, bien suivre le balisage a jour, banc de sable et graviers a l'entrée, hauteur d'eau variable suivant emplacement ponton, endroit sympathique, sanitaires en refection (presques finis été 2009), pas de commerces a proximité mais bus
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375 berthsMax LOA: 90m Fuel (petrol, diesel) available at nearby Hythe Marina Village and Port Hamble Marina Boat lifting and storage ashore available at nearby Shamrock Quay, Hythe Marina Village and Hamble Point Marina Laundry facilitiesBars and RestaurantsWiFi
The Isle of Wight is an English island in the English Channel five miles from the South Coast of Britain. Popular since Victorian times as a holiday resort, the Isle of Wight is known for its natural beauty and for its world-famous sailing based in Cowes.
From Start Point to the Bill of Portland, 50 miles NE, the coast curves inward in a broad sweep, the N portion of which is Lyme Bay. Between the Bill of Portland and Saint Catherine’s Point, at the S end of the Isle of Wight, the coast is divided into two bays by the Isle of Purbeck. The ...
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 ...
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 ...