Azov

Azov

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Azov
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Description

Sea of Azov The Sea of Azov ( Azovskoye  - Azovs'ke - Azaq deñizi) is the world's shallowest sea, linked by the Strait of Kerch to the Black Sea to the south. It is bounded on the north by Ukraine, on the east by Russia and on the west by the Crimean peninsula.
2009/01/27
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2009/01/27
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majesty
2012/03/20
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Sites around Azov

Flying distances - Direct line

Berdyansk

31nm
319°
Port protected by a breakwater.
18 Dec 11
nfakpe

Yeysk

47nm
61°
Small port protected by a breakwater.
18 Dec 11
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Kerch

68nm
208°
Kerch is  a city of metallurgists, shipbuilders and fishermen.There are several ports in Kerch, including Kerch Maritime Trading
Port, Kerch Maritime Fishing Port, Port Crimea (ferry crossing), Kamysh-Burun Port.
27 Jan 09
anonymous

Novorossiysk

103nm
167°
Large harbor protected by a breakwater.
18 Dec 11
gracekerr

Taganrog

85nm
53°
Small port protected by a breakwater.
18 Dec 11

Feodosia Harbour

111nm
224°
Formalities -
Feodosia is a port of entry. Officials will come to the yacht. The crew should not attempt to leave the yacht until all formalities have been completed.. One days notice should be given prior to departure. Berths - Alongside the pier or where directed.
3 Feb 09
anonymous