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Point San Pablo Yacht Harbor

Point San Pablo Yacht Harbor

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Small port.
28/05/2011
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Petit port côtier.
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Localisation

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Sites around Point San Pablo Yacht Harbor
Flying distances - Direct line

Pinole Point

3.9nm
38°
Wharf
31 May 11

Belvedere Cove

5.8nm
200°
19 Jan 13

Alcatraz

8.1nm
181°
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2 Oct 08

Sausalito

6.8nm
205°
Marina
31 May 11

Ggnra Yacht harbor

9.3nm
186°
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30 Oct 08

Horseshoe Bay

8.3nm
199°
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19 Jan 13

Berkeley Marina

7.4nm
140°
The Marina's 52 acres of water and 1100 berths can accommodate some 1100 crafts from 16' to 110'.Berths have storage lockers, water, electrical outlets, night lighting, parking, restrooms and showers, and locked gates.Attractive restaurants offer a splendid variety of dining facilities. On ...
18 Mar 14

Yerbabuena Island

9.5nm
163°
Small port.
28 May 11

Point Diablo

9.4nm
204°
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Location
Lighthouse installed in 1923. A small white shack with a pitched red roof was placed on the sloping point some eighty feet above the water.
30 Oct 08

Oakland Outer Harbor

10nm
153°
Large harbor.
28 May 11

Crockett

10nm
58°
Small port.
31 May 11

Oakland inner harbor

12nm
146°
petite marina gratuite devant le restaurant "scott" , mais en theorie stationnement limite a 4 h du lever au coucher du soleil...on peut cependant tirer un peu sur la ficelle.Toutes les ressourcs d'une grande ville a portees de... pieds ! marches de plein air le dimanche
6 Dec 13
Local Area

California

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25 Aug 19

NE Pacific Ocean

WindsWinds and currents in the Pacific flow predominantly from East to West. Above the equator Pacific Ocean trade winds blow from the northeast. Below the equator they blow from the southeast. By taking advantage of the different (north and south) directions of the east-flowing winds, ...
25 Oct 17

San Francisco Bay

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30 Oct 08
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