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San Diego - Naval Base

San Diego - Naval Base

Characteristics

Description

Naval Base San Diego is the largest base of the United States Navy on the west coast of the United States
28/04/2011
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San Diego - Naval Base
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Localisation

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Sites around San Diego - Naval Base
Flying distances - Direct line

Coronado Bridge

1.4nm
290°

20 Aug 07

San Diego Harbor Island

4.8nm
305°
Marina
23 May 11

Norte Coronado - North end

16nm
211°

19 Aug 07

Ensenada

55nm
153°
Harbor protected by a breakwater.
23 May 11

Ensenada Harbor Entrance

56nm
153°
1 Jan 70

Avalon Bay

72nm
303°
Mooring Fees: Moorings are on a first come first served basisBoats 39' and under $20 per nightBoats 40' to 49' $26 per nightBoats 50' to 59' $35 per nightBoats 60' to 69' $43 per nightBoats 70' to 79' $53 per nightBoats 80' to 89' $61 per nightBoats 90' to 99' $71 per nightBoats 100' ...
26 Sep 07

Catalina Harbor Entrance

82nm
302°
1 Jan 70

Isthmus Cove

82nm
303°
Cove
23 May 11

Island Grissom

83nm
320°
12 Jan 08

King Harbor - entrance

94nm
317°
1 Jan 70
Local Area

California

1 Jan 70

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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