Guide from the prestigious English publishing house IMRAY, a world reference in the field of marine cartography. This guide covers Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Gibraltar, Libya, Pantelleria, the Pelagie Islands and Malta. Edition of 03/12/2012
- 208 pages. Format: 21 x 29,7 cm
- Edition of 03/12/2012
Morocco: In addition to the small traditional fishing ports, there are also large modern ports and marinas that provide good shelter and it is now possible and very pleasant to sail the entire coast of Morocco without having to spend a single night at sea. The Atlantic coast provides access to a fascinating hinterland, with the most beautiful monuments of the Maghreb.
Algeria: You can now visit the country safely and enjoy the many small ports and anchorages nestled in a superb and tranquil setting. You will find great hospitality almost everywhere, once the formalities have been completed.
Tunisia: A popular tourist destination, Tunisia offers the yachtsman, in addition to its varied landscapes and famous beaches, a good network of marinas where he can winter his boat and have repairs carried out at the lowest cost. Beautiful fore and aft seasons allow to extend the sailing season by taking advantage of a still mild climate and one will have the choice between little frequented anchorages, small fishing ports or marinas. 204 ports and anchorages, 218 photographs, 206 plans and maps.
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