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Charlesfort

Charlesfort

Characteristics

Description

Lantern at SW rampart of fort. Character:Fl WRG 5s
19/08/2007
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Localisation

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Sites around Charlesfort
Flying distances - Direct line

Old Head of Kinsale

5.6nm
192°
Kinsale harbour, 6 miles to the North of Old head, is an excellent harbour easily accessible day and night, and offering all facilities, including some very good restaurants.
6 Jan 17

Roches Point

10nm
57°
White tower. Character:Fl WR 3s
19 Aug 07

Galley Head

19nm
239°
The harbour of Glandore and fishing village of Union Hall, 4 miles West of Galley head, offer good shelter in beautiful scenery.
When entering, go by the local saying, "avoid Adam and jug Eve" (Adam island is West of the harbour entrance and is foul all around!)
3 Jan 17

Ballycotton

20nm
67°
Marks the entrance to Cork harbour, a superb natural harbour easily accessible day and night in all weather. Crosshaven may be best for yachts.
6 Jan 17

Youghal

28nm
58°
White tower. Character:Fl WR 2.5s
19 Aug 07

Mine Head

38nm
62°
White tower black band. Character:Fl (4) 20s
18 Aug 07

Copper Point

40nm
253°
Marks the  entrance to Schull, a well sheltered harbour with good facilities. Long island sound is a beautiful sail.
3 Jan 17

Roancarrigmore

46nm
266°
White round tower black band. Character:Fl WR 3s
18 Aug 07

Ballinacourty Point

41nm
56°
White tower. Character:Fl (2) WRG 10s
19 Aug 07

Crookhaven

46nm
253°
Holding is not great in the bay (patches of sea weed). It is possible to come alongside the pier in front of the pub. Very little in the way of facilities, but picturesque, and a convenient stop if waiting for the tide to round Mizzen head.
3 Jan 17

Castletownbere Dir.

52nm
266°
White hut red stripe. Character:Dir Oc WRG 5s
19 Aug 07

Ardnakinna Point

53nm
264°
White round tower. Character:Fl (2) WR 10s
19 Aug 07
Local Area

Fastnet

Grey granite tower. Character:Fl 5's
20 Feb 10

NE Atlantic Ocean

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31 Jul 11
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