Sailing Guide

Gulf of Riga

Gulf of Riga

Characteristics

Description

 The maximum depth of the Gulf of Riga is 67 m. The island of Saaremaa (Estonia) partially separates it from the rest of the Baltic Sea. The main exit out of the gulf is the Irbe Strait. Ruhnu island, in the middle of the gulf, also belongs to Estonia. Notable cities in this gulf include Riga, Pärnu, Jūrmala and Kuressaare.
26/07/2011
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Le Golfe de Riga est profond de 67m au maximum.  Sa géographie particulière qui ne permet pas un grand brassage de l’eau, amène à un taux de pollution plus élevé que dans la mer Baltique.
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Localisation

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Sites around Gulf of Riga
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Tallinn

Largeharbor protected by a breakwater.
30 Jul 11

Turku - Forum Marinum

Naval museum where you can see the tall ship "Suomen Joutsen". She was built in 1902 by Chantiers de Penhoët in St. Nazaire, France, as Laënnec. In 1930 she became a school ship for the Finnish Navy.
4 Feb 15

Turku

Harbor.
30 Jul 11

Helsinki

Largeharbor.
30 Jul 11

Visby

Port protected by a breakwater.
29 Jul 11

Kallo Club Nautico

Harbor protected by a breakwater.
30 Jul 11

Mariehamn East

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8 May 16

Sandhamn

Approach To get to Sandhamn you sail from the beacon-illuminated route north of Sandön. Shallow-draught boats can even take the KSSS marked route between Telegrafholmen and Lökholmen.Speed Limits From the route north of Sandön to the south of Lökholmen, there is a speed ...
27 Apr 14

Kotka

Largeharbor protected by a breakwater.
30 Jul 11

Gålö

Good spot to stay over night or a  few Days. On shore a toilet free to use. Free for all to use.
14 Mar 15

Nynashamn

Port.
29 Jul 11

Gustavsberg

Small port.
30 Jul 11
Local Area

Baltic sea

The Baltic Sea is located in Northern Europe. It is bounded by the Scandinavian Peninsula, the mainland of Europe, and the Danish islands.
The Baltic sea is about 1600 km  long, an average of 193 km wide, and an average of 55 m  deep. The maximum depth ...
25 Jul 11

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

Stockholm Archipelago


Stockholm Archipelago ... over 30,000 islets and islands / rocks to enjoy. Unspoilt and clean - a paradise for cruising boats who enjoy natural surroundings. Unhurried and friendly.
Sailor remarks
Initial impression when looking at charts of the Archipelago tend to frighten ...
26 Jul 11

Gulf of Finland

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29 Sep 10

Gulf of Bothnia

The Gulf of Bothnia (Finnish: Pohjanlahti; Swedish: Bottniska viken, i.e. Bottenviken + Bottenhavet) is the northernmost arm of the Baltic Sea.
1 Oct 10

Øresund

Øresund en Danish or Öresund in swedish is the sound situated between Denmark and Sweden. More precisely between the Seeland island and Scania. Oresund is the link between Baltic sea in the south and Kattegat sound in North sea direction.It is 8km long and between 3 and 4 km large. ...
29 Sep 10
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