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Puerto de Aguilas (Murcia)

Puerto de Aguilas (Murcia)

Characteristics

Description

The rocky promontory of Las Aguilas separates the port of Poniente located at the W, the port of Aguilas proper located at E.
The port of poniente is used only for the consruction and the beaching of the fishing boats. The depths are variable.The port of Aguilas lies between Negra Point and W of Aguilucho Point.
  • Tel / Fax: 968 411 951
  • admon@cnaguilas.com
  • 180 pl. (<12m)
  • Depth. 3m 
7/06/2019
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Puerto de Aguilas (Murcia)
9/03/2008
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Le promontoire rocheux de Las Aguilas sépare le port de Poniente situé à l'W, du port de Aguilas proprement dit situé à l'E.
Le port de poniente n'est utilisé que pour la consruction et l'échouage des barques de pêche. Les profondeurs y sont variables.
Le port de Aguilas s'étend entre la pointe Negra à l'W de la pointe del Aguilucho.
  • Tel/ Fax: 968 411 951
  • admon@cnaguilas.com
  • 180 pl. (<12m)
  • Prof. 3 m 

19/03/2008
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Puerto de Aguilas (Murcia)
19/03/2008
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Puerto de Aguilas (Murcia)
Le phare d'Aguilas, plus connu sous le nom de phare de la "Punta Negra", fut utilisé pour la première fois en 1860. Il fait 30 m de haut et porte à 15 miles.
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13nm
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16nm
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17nm
57°
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17nm
220°
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23nm
67°
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29nm
211°
Small fisherman's port at the foot of Sierra Cabrera, well sheltered.
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30nm
67°
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45nm
71°
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32nm
211°
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39nm
65°
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T. 968 134438
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40nm
68°
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Local Area

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Méditerranée - Mediterranean

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