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Sutton Bridge

Sutton Bridge

Characteristics

Description

Port Sutton Bridge — on the River Nene, in Eastern England
11/06/2011
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Dave Tapsell
Sutton Bridge
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11/06/2011
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Dave Tapsell
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Localisation

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Sites around Sutton Bridge
Flying distances - Direct line

Bridlington Harbour

79nm
349°
Small port protected by a breakwater.
22 Aug 11

Harwich Harbour

62nm
141°
Port .
22 Aug 11

Beachy head Lighthouse

122nm
179°
CHARACTER - 2 white flashes every 20 seconds
19 Aug 07

Scarborough

92nm
346°
Small port protected by a breakwater.
22 Aug 11

Newhaven

119nm
182°
Situated a quarter of a mile in from the harbour entrance on the western bank of the River Ouse, Newhaven Marina offers good shelter at all times and is accessible in all weathers and all tides.The Marina has moorings for up to 300 craft from 7.5 metre to 15.5 metre on pontoons between ...
9 Nov 07

Brighton

118nm
185°
Brighton Marina is an artificial marina situated in Brighton, England. It features a working harbour and residential housing alongside a variety of leisure, retail and commercial activities.
14 Sep 15

Whitby

106nm
344°
Port protected by a breakwater.
22 Aug 11

Ramsgate

97nm
152°
Attention au banc de sable à tribord en entrant dans le port de plaisance, serrer à babord
23 Apr 16

Folkestone Harbour

108nm
160°
Port protected by a breakwater. Visitor Mooring Fees: Daily mooring fees are £25.00 per 24 hours (in 2015) or part thereof (maximum 10 meter limit)
27 Aug 11

Leeds ls9

87nm
315°
1 Jan 70

White Cliffs on Dover

107nm
156°
The White Cliffs of Dover on the English coast are one of the most well known English landmarks. They can be seen from Calais and from the Channel. They hold a special value in English history.
15 Feb 15

Dover Harbor

107nm
156°
Port protected by a breakwater.
27 Aug 11
Local Area

North sea

The North Sea is a marginal sea of the Atlantic Ocean on the European continental shelf. It connects with the rest of the Atlantic through the Dover Strait and the English Channel in the south and through the Norwegian Sea in the north.
23 Dec 07

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.
The Atlantic Ocean has irregular coasts indented by numerous ...
31 Jul 11

Maunsell army forts

The Maunsell sea forts are a group of forts built during World War II. Today, they stand in the Thames estuary and are truly man-made islands that provide refuge for the local birds as well as a navigational guide for ships. Although not all of them still stand, there are plans ...
24 Sep 14

Belgium - Belgique

The Belgian coast extends for 36 miles between the French frontier and the Netherlands boundary, the latter situated 6 miles W of the mouth of the Westerschelde. The entire area is fronted by an extensive series of shoal banks, both detached and contiguous to the shore.
The shoals ...
5 May 12

Norwegian Sea

The Norwegian Sea (Norwegian: Norskehavet) is a marginal sea in the North Atlantic Ocean. It is located between the North Sea (i.e. north of Scotland) and the Greenland Sea and adjoins the North Atlantic Ocean to the west and the Barents Sea to the northeast. In the southwest, it ...
7 Jul 11
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