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Phare de Chauveau

Phare de Chauveau

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Description

Pointe de Chauveau is at  the SE extremity of Ile de Re. A light is shown from a prominent tower, 31m high, standing on the S edge of this ledge and beacons are situated close E and 0.5 mile W of it. The roadstead of Rade de la Pallice lies ENE of this point.

Plateau de Chauveau, a rocky bank with depths of less than 9m, extends up to 2 miles S of Pointe de Chauveau and is marked on its S side by a lighted buoy.

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Le phare de Chauveau est au large de l'île de Ré. Il est habitable et accessible à pied à marée basse par fort coefficient. Il mesure 30,70 mètres dont 27,30 mètres au dessus de la mer. Le banc de Chauveau est propice à la pêche à pied, toutefois la pêche des huîtres y est interdite.
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Rivedoux Plage Sud

1.3nm
12°
Très joli mouillage par vent de N NE NO et O sur fond de sable de très bonne tenu.
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Port de Rivedoux-plage

1.7nm
354°
La création de ce port fut décidé en 1562.
En 1845 qu’une digue fut ajoutée afin de protéger les embarcations des vents d’Ouest et plus principalement de la houle.
18 places en bassin d'échouage25 places en filière
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Rivedoux-Plage Nord

1.6nm
La baie nord de Rivedoux-Plage est à l'origine de l'ostréiculture moderne au XIXe siècle.
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Port de La Pallice

2.1nm
47°
The port of La Pallice is situated on the E side of Coureau de la Pallice, the channel which separates Ile de Re from the mainland. It is the only harbor between La Loire and La Gironde which can accommodate large vessels. The principal approach is through Pertuis d’Antioche but ...
17 Mar 13

La Flotte en Ré

3.8nm
327°
This port has 105 berths in its inner zone. It is distinguished by its pier of 200m long, surmounted by its beautiful green lighthouse 9m high. It offers mooring opportunities in the SE section and on the mooring in the NW.
tel / fax: 05 46 09 67 66port .: 06 20 66 85 76 email: ...
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Port Neuf (La Rochelle)

3.8nm
73°
Port à sec / Remise à flot.
65 plces sur corps-morts (échouage)65 places à terre sous hangar
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La Rochelle Les Minimes

4.4nm
79°
Access channel dredged to the coast -1. The axis of the channel is materialized, day and night, by the alignment at 059 ° of the two headlights: octagonal white with green top for the rear (23 m) and cylindrical with red and white bands and red top for the previous (14 m). The channel ...
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Île d'Aix

8nm
148°
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Port du Plomb

5nm
36°
Beaching pond equipped with floating pontoons.
64 berths including 2 visitors
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La Rochelle - Vieux port

5.2nm
74°
The old port, is situated on the S side of the city at the head of an inlet. It is one of the largest coastal and deep-sea fishing ports in France and is equipped to process fish in considerable amounts.  The main harbor comprises of a tidal basin, an outer wet basin, and inner ...
17 Mar 13

Saint-Martin de Ré

5.8nm
317°
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17 Mar 13

Port du Douhet

8.2nm
194°
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Local Area

Île de Ré

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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.
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