Sailing Guide

Hook Point

Hook Point

Characteristics

Description

White tower two black bands. Character:Fl 3s
19/08/2007
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Localisation

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Sites around Hook Point
Flying distances - Direct line

Dunmore East

2.6nm
304°
Grey granite tower white lantern. Character:Fl WR 8s
19 Aug 07

Kilmore Quay

12nm
77°
18 Mar 14

Ballinacourty Point

23nm
263°
White tower. Character:Fl (2) WRG 10s
19 Aug 07

Rosslare

23nm
70°
Port protected by a breakwater.
26 Aug 11

Mine Head

25nm
251°
White tower black band. Character:Fl (4) 20s
18 Aug 07

Tuskar

26nm
79°
White tower. Character:Q(2) 7.5s
18 Aug 07

Youghal

35nm
252°
White tower. Character:Fl WR 2.5s
19 Aug 07

Ballycotton

42nm
245°
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

Roches Point

52nm
247°
White tower. Character:Fl WR 3s
19 Aug 07

Wicklow Head

60nm
33°
White tower. Character:Fl (3) 15s
19 Aug 07

Dun Laoghaire West

76nm
22°
Granite tower green lantern. Character:Fl (3) G 8s
19 Aug 07

Dun Laoghaire East

76nm
22°
Granite tower red lantern. Character:Fl (2) R 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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