Ghazaouet

Ghazaouet

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Ghazaouet
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Characteristics

Water
Fuel
First aid
Shipyard
Grocery
Harbour

Description

Ghazaouet is aa medium-size commercial port  protected by a breakwater.It is  capable of handling general cargo, passengers, bulk minerals and grain, edible oils, and ro-ro traffic.
There is no tidal rise. The water level increases with W winds and decreases with E winds.
2012/01/21
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Petit port protégé par une digue.
2012/01/21
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Ghazaouet
2012-01-21
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Flying distances - Direct line

Village d el Anabres

2.1nm
236°
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20 Aug 07

Tizza

14nm
268°
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20 Aug 07

Saidia

21nm
271°
Saidia, the village is situated 10.5 miles ESE of Cap de l’Eau. It is marked by two conspicuous towers, one of which stands at a bathing resort, nearly 1 mile W of the mouth of Oued Kiss (35°05'N., 2°12'W.). This river forms the boundary between Morocco and Algeria.
28 Jul 11
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Islas Chafarinas

28nm
279°
Islas Chafarinas, consisting of three islands, lie 2 miles N of Cap de l’Eau (Ras el Ma). They are of volcanic origin and consist of white decomposed rock. When seen from the E or W, these islands show up well, but from the N, they are difficult to distinguish from the land behind ...
28 Jul 11
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