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Cala Coticcio (Caprera)

Cala Coticcio (Caprera)

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Anse au nord de la Punta Cotticio, vue du NE
La Cala Cotticio au sud de lapointe Cotticio est composée de deux anses bien abritées du nord où l'on mouillera par 10 à 15m de fond.
L'anse la plus occidentale est entourée de hautes falaises et il faut aller tout près pour jeter l'ancre.


La partie E est moins profonde et possède même une petite plage. En y venant attention aux rochers qui débordent la pointe.

La Cala Cotticio au sud de lapointe Cotticio est composée de deux anses bien abritées du nord où l'on mouillera par 10 à 15m de fond.
L'anse la plus occidentale est entourée de hautes falaises et il faut aller tout près pour jeter l'ancre.


La partie E est moins profonde et possède même une petite plage. En y venant attention aux rochers qui débordent la pointe.

28/11/2012
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Cala Coticcio (Caprera)
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Cala Coticcio (Caprera)
Anse au nord de la Punta Cotticio, vue du NE
19/10/2008
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Cala Coticcio (Caprera)
Anse au nord de la Punta Cotticio, vue du NE
19/10/2008
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Cala Coticcio (Caprera)
Anse au nord de la Punta Cotticio, vue du NE
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Isola Caprera (Arcipelago della Maddalena)

1nm
237°
Caprera Island is part of the Archipelago of La Maddalena, belonging to the municipality of La Maddalena, near the north-eastern coast of Sardinia.
Its highest point is Monte Teialone that reaches 212 meters above the surface of the sea and the island, employing an area of ​​15.7 ...
28 Nov 12

Isola La Maddalena (Arcipelago della Maddalena)

3.5nm
287°
It is the largest island of the archipelago composed of sixty islets and 7 major islands, in the NE end tip of Sardinia. It is mountainous and arid. This is the only inhabited island thoroughly.
It is connected by a bridge to Caprera island where are the house and the tomb of Garibaldi. ...
26 Nov 12

Golfo Di Arzachena (Sardegna)

5.2nm
195°
Gulf of Arzachena (Arsachena), located between Punta Saline and Tre Monti Cape, is a high inlet whose banks are lined with shoals.
S tip, Arzachena, W of the entrance, a beacon consists of an iron post with a sheer spherical white marks a rock particularly ...
8 Sep 12

Golfe de Porto Vecchio

24nm
342°
La tourelle Pecorella marque l'entrée de ce golfe qui s'enfonce à plus de 4 M dans les terres. Celle de Chiapino qui était plus au S est démolie. Il faut donc remonter suffisamment vers le N pour ne pas risquer d'en toucher les restes.
En piquant vers l'W, la balise noire délimite ...
15 Oct 08

Cala Brigantino (Caprera)

0.6nm
205°
Insolite et difficile à trouver, on pourra s'arrêter dans la cala Brigantino.
Fonds de roches et de sable, cette cala étroite et profonde permet un mouillage par 3 m de fond avec une ancre et un bout à terre. Attention à la roche sous 1 m d'eau au fond à la hauteur de la ...
27 Jun 11

Isola Santo Stefano (Arch. Maddalena)

3.4nm
251°
A little less than 1 NM to the E of Ventotene island, there is the island of Santo Stefano, the smallest of the archipelago. This island is occupied by the army. Currently there is a NATO base on the island of Santo Stefano. The NATO base housed an Italian Marine barracks ...
12 Mar 13

Isolotti e Secca dei Monaci (Sardegna)

1.6nm
86°
E of the E side of Caprera island, the islets of Monaci are a group of rocky and low islets and shoals. A light is shown on the SW islet. The Monaci shoals are roks underwater that extends to the S tip of the southermost islet of Monaci, point ends on the white sand at 25 m depth.
8 Sep 12

Cala Garibaldi (Caprera)

1.2nm
297°
Bay in the Moneta pass, on NW coast of Caprera.
Beware to emergent and submerged rocks nearby.
Accessible to ships familiar places. You can anchor in 7 m depth.
At the bottom of the bay there is an holiday village which can sometimes be too present!
Garibaldi spent here ...
28 Nov 12

Isolotto Pecora

1.9nm
176°
Passage à terre entre Isola Caprera à l'ouest et l'isolotto Pecora qui marque la limite du mouillage interdit au niveau de l'anse Portese.
20 Oct 08

Isola Spargi (Arch. Maddalena)

6.6nm
282°
  Isola Spargi takes my breath away every time!
18 Oct 17

Passo della Moneta (Maddalena)

1.8nm
266°
Passo della Moneta, which leads between Isola Maddalena and Isola Caprera, has a least depth of 1.5m and is available to small craft.
The S part of this passage is obstructed by a causeway which has an opening, 21m wide,and an overhead clearance of 4.6m.
27 Nov 12

Cala Stagnali (Caprera)

1.5nm
235°
Cala Stagnali est une anse large où l'on peut mouiller par 3 m de fond.
Attention aux rochers qui bordent les côtés et le fond de l'anse.
25 Oct 08
Local Area

Isola Caprera (Arcipelago della Maddalena)

Caprera Island is part of the Archipelago of La Maddalena, belonging to the municipality of La Maddalena, near the north-eastern coast of Sardinia.
Its highest point is Monte Teialone that reaches 212 meters above the surface of the sea and the island, employing an area of ​​15.7 ...
28 Nov 12

Arcipelago della Maddalena

The Maddalena archipelago, located NE of Sardinia, is a National Park that keeps the small islands of Spargi, Razzoli, Budelli and Santa Maria, totally wild and surrounded by turquoise waters.
Further S La Maddalena main island and Caprera Island, inhabited offer small beaches ...
7 May 14

Sardegna North East

NE coast extends fromPunta Tramontana to Olbia gulf. Within this area there are various sites:

Smeralda coast from Liscia di Vacca to W Ferro cape, to beyond Volpe cove.
This coast is high, rocky, jagged and generally very dry. A 12 M S Cape Ferro, Porto Cervo is an indentation ...
22 Nov 12

Sardegna

Sardinia is the second largest island in the Mediterranean. Sardinia was made a self-governing region of Italy in 1948.
Sardinia offers coves and beaches relatively quiet. In the North as in the South the sailor will find there many anchorages.
The northern beaches are ...
19 Oct 17

Méditerranée - Mediterranean

La Méditerranée est reliée à l'océan Atlantique par le détroit de Gibraltar à l'ouest, à la mer de Marmara et à la mer Noire par les Dardanelles et le Bosphore à l'est. Le canal de Suez au sud-est relie la Méditerranée à la mer Rouge.
Îles méditerranéennesLes principales ...
13 Mar 15
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