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Havre de Roubary

Havre de Roubary

Characteristics

Description

Zone de mouillage pour des petites unités.

Au nord de l'entrée (0.1nm) se trouve une marque de danger isolée.

6/05/2012
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Flying distances - Direct line

Barfleur

1.6nm
153°
Barfleur  is a small drying harbor lying 1.5 miles S of Pointe de Barfleur. It is used by fishing vessels, small coasters, and pleasure craft. Tides rise about 6.5m at springs and 5.3m at neaps. The harbor, enclosed by a jetty and a breakwater, can accommodate small vessels with ...
7 May 12

Saint Vaast la Hougue

6.5nm
174°
Saint-Vaast-la-Hougue  is a small harbor lying 1.8 miles SW of Pointe de Saire. Ile de Tatihou, lying 1 mile E, fronts the harbor. A conspicuous tower, with a turret on one side, stands on the S extremity of the island. Fort de l’Ilet, a low fort, is situated close S of this ...
7 May 12

Île de Tatihou

6.5nm
168°
Tatihou est une île protégée, trois hectares aux limites du fort y ont été établis en réserve ornithologique. On peut y voir des oiseaux nicheurs : goélands argentés, bruns et marins, tadornes de Belon?
27 Nov 07

Anse de la Mondrée

6.8nm
269°
Grande anse de sable à l'Est du cap Lévi.
A l'ouest se trouve le port d'échouage Pignot.
6 May 12

Port du Cap Lévi

7.6nm
266°
Port du Cap Levi, a small drying harbor, lies 0.5 mile S of the light. It is used by local fishing boats and yachts.
An area of rocky shoals extends up to about 2 miles N of Cap Levi and is marked by a lighted buoy. This area is steep-to and the sea breaks on it in rough weather. ...
7 May 12

Anse du Brick

8.3nm
259°
1 Jan 70

Port du Becquet

10nm
256°
Le Becquet, situated 1 mile E of Cherbourg, is a small drying harbor. It is used by local fishing vessels and pleasure craft. A lighted range indicates the approach. Buoys (special) are moored about 0.4 mile and 2.3 miles N of this harbor.
Le Grunes de Bretteville, a group of rocky ...
7 May 12

Îles Saint-Marcouf

12nm
157°
The islands are directly administered by the French government, and form a protected nature reserve with restricted access. Mooring is allowed between the 2 islands.
A light is shown from a square tower, 17m high, standing on Ile du Large, the NE island. Ile de Terre, lying 0.3 ...
7 May 12

Port des Flamands

12nm
257°
Port fermé par deux digues formant une passe de 50 mètres de large. La digue occidentale de fermeture de 320 mètres qui se termine par un musoir de 10 mètres de diamètre, prolonge l'enrochement du terre-plein des Mielles. La digue orientale de 200 mètres et son musoir de ...
7 May 12

Cherbourg Port Chantereyne

13nm
257°
The port of Cherbourg is both a naval and a commercial port. It is an important port of call for passenger vessels in the transatlantic service. The outer roadstead provides a deep and well-sheltered anchorage. There are also extensive facilities for fishing vessels and pleasure craft.The ...
7 May 12

Port de Querqueville

15nm
264°
Nombreux mouillage dans le port et dans la baie gérés par une Association des Pêcheurs Usagers.
7 May 12

Carentan

23nm
175°
On one of the most varied coast of La Manche, Port Carentan offers "you" an execptional site. The basin, suprounded by grass and trees, blends perfectly into the town.
The acces to Port Carentan, is through one of the most beautiful parts of "Parc Naturel des Marais du Cotentin".
Port ...
25 Nov 07
Local Area

Antifer

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6 Jun 19

Manche - English Channel

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 ...
3 Jun 12

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
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