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Cruising Southern Spain

Michael Briant

Publisher: Accent Press

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Summary

The book visits the ports and marinas between Gibraltar and Port Napoleon all the way along the Costa del Sol.

It has port plans, descriptions, indication of cost, and what sort of place it is.

Tells you about the hazards and best routes as well as information about the area.

If you come down the French Canals and are then heading for Southern Spain there is a special section on the best routes and places to stop over.

 

With this book you do not need any other pilot books for the area on board.

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