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Scogli di Mortoriotto (Sardegna)

Scogli di Mortoriotto (Sardegna)

Characteristics

Description

Just outside of Mortorio island (at 0,5 NM from Mortorio island) is the rock Mortoriotto, 77 m high, formed by two blocks of granite, the outermost, characterized by the presence of a fire.

The bottom descends to debris at several levels, at 40 m, scattered rocks and coral reef formations. The upper part of the relief is characterized by the channel that separates the two rocks emerging.
18/09/2012
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Joëlle
Juste à l'extérieur de l'île Mortorio (0,5 MN NE de l'île Mortorio) se trouve le rocher de Mortoriotto, de 77 m de haut, formé par deux blocs de granit, le plus à l'extérieur, caractérisé par la présence d'un feu.

Le fond descend jusqu'à un débris de fond à plusieurs niveaux, à 40 m, de rochers épars et de formations de récifs coralliens. La partie supérieure du relief est caractérisée par le canal qui sépare les deux rochers émergents.
18/09/2012
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Joëlle
Scogli di Mortoriotto (Sardegna)
Scogli di Mortoriotto (Sardegna)
18/09/2012
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Joëlle
Appena all'esterno dell'isola Mortorio (0,5 MN NE dell'isola Mortorio) si trova lo scoglio di Mortoriotto, alto da 77 m, formato da due emergenze di granito, la più esterna caratterizzata dalla presenza di un fanale.

Il fondale degrada a balze fino ad un fondo detritico a 40 m con massi sparsi e formazioni di coralligeno. La parte alta del rilievo è caratterizzata dal canale che separa i due scogli emergenti.

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Scogli di Mortoriotto (Sardegna)
Scogli di Mortoriotto (Sardegna)
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Sites around Scogli di Mortoriotto (Sardegna)
Flying distances - Direct line

Isola di Mortorio (Sardegna)

0.7nm
226°
Mortorio island, near Cala di Volpe, is a privately-owned uninhabited. It is part of the Archipelago of La Maddalena.

Naked island surrounded by rocks, emerged and submerged. It offers 3 bays frequented in summer.

Many birds nest on the island, would safeguard by the ...
18 Sep 12

Cala NE di Mortorio (Sardegna)

0.9nm
221°
On the N, the cove has a good shelter, from NE to W by the S.Beware to a shoal on port side. Anchor in 5 to 21 m.
17 Sep 12

Cala occidentale (Mortorio)

1nm
224°
This cove, SW island, offers a beautiful sand beach and an anchorage by 6 to 9 m.
Sheltered of winds.
17 Sep 12

Isole Poveri (Sardegna)

1.7nm
277°
Poveri islands Poor islands are located off the coast between Punta Capaccia and Punta Dei Capriccioli.

The area is shallow with numerous and dangerous rocks: particularly, some of the extreme West, which are located on the route between Mortorio and Passo delle Galere, ...
17 Sep 12

Isole Le Camere (Sardegna)

1.8nm
234°
In front of the Cala di Volpe, about 1 NM of the coast is the small archipelago Camere. It is a very popular group of rocks which is located between the islands of Soffi and Mortorio.

This is an excellent day anchoragio, but it must be approached cautiously because of the many ...
18 Sep 12

Isola di Soffi (Sardegna)

2.4nm
237°
The coasts of the island are rocky and surrounded by rocks and shoals, so they are less crowded. Yet it is the least rugged of the 3 islands (Mortorio, Camere and Soffi) and the greenest.

The passage between Soffi island and Camere islands has no problem in calm seas.
18 Sep 12

Punta Capaccia (Sardegna)

2.3nm
289°
Capaccia point closes to S Porto Liccia. It is located 1,7 NM S of isole Di Li Nipani.
After rounding the mountain Zoppu and Capaccio Cape , we have a whole series of bays and coves of the famous Costa Smeralda.
17 Sep 12

Cala Romazzino (Sardegna)

2.3nm
287°
This large bay houses an hotel on the sandy beach.

Beware to Capaccia rocks, covered by 7 m of water near Capaccia tip.

Anchor by 3-10 m.
17 Sep 12

Porto Liccia (Sardegna)

2.5nm
292°
Liccia bay has a beach of fine white sand, about 1 km long, which gives a crystal clear sea.

You can anchor in the center of the bay by 5/10 m.
14 Sep 12

Punta Capriccioli (Sardegna)

3.1nm
261°
Capriccioli point closes at N the famous Cala di Volpe. It is surronuded by rocks and is in front of Soffi island.
17 Sep 12

Isolotti di Li Nibani (Sardegna)

3.3nm
316°
Nibani islands (meaning "seagull")  consisting of three major islands and numerous rocks are located on the north-eastern coast of Sardinia, SE Porto Cervo.They are separated from the mainland by the canal Delle Galere.The N islet is marked by a lighted beacon.They are part of ...
17 Sep 12

Cala di Volpe (Sardegna)

3.4nm
270°
Cala di Volpe is a natural harbor, NE Sardinia.

Within this bay are installed mooring buoys that can be used to anchor ships same large size.The entrance, flanked by two towers with red stripes and black, offers beautiful flat sandy bottom with no head rock under 4-5 meters ...
19 Sep 12
Local Area

Isola di Mortorio (Sardegna)

Mortorio island, near Cala di Volpe, is a privately-owned uninhabited. It is part of the Archipelago of La Maddalena.

Naked island surrounded by rocks, emerged and submerged. It offers 3 bays frequented in summer.

Many birds nest on the island, would safeguard by the ...
18 Sep 12

Golfo di Congianus (Sardegna)

Golfo di Congianus  is entered between Punta Capaccia and Capo Figari, 7.5 miles SE. Several islands and islets lie in its NW part and its shores are high, rocky, and indented. Secondaries bays of Conjanius gulf offer good anchorages (cala di Volpe, Cugnana gulf). Several small ...
14 Sep 12

Sardegna North East

NE coast extends fromPunta Tramontana to Olbia gulf. Within this area there are various sites:

Smeralda coast from Liscia di Vacca to W Ferro cape, to beyond Volpe cove.
This coast is high, rocky, jagged and generally very dry. A 12 M S Cape Ferro, Porto Cervo is an indentation ...
22 Nov 12

Sardegna

Sardinia is the second largest island in the Mediterranean. Sardinia was made a self-governing region of Italy in 1948.
Sardinia offers coves and beaches relatively quiet. In the North as in the South the sailor will find there many anchorages.
The northern beaches are ...
19 Oct 17

Méditerranée - Mediterranean

La Méditerranée est reliée à l'océan Atlantique par le détroit de Gibraltar à l'ouest, à la mer de Marmara et à la mer Noire par les Dardanelles et le Bosphore à l'est. Le canal de Suez au sud-est relie la Méditerranée à la mer Rouge.
Îles méditerranéennesLes principales ...
13 Mar 15
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