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Marinas and Anchorages of the Windward Islands - Martinique St-Lucia St-Vincent and the Genadines Grenada - cover

Marinas and Anchorages of the Windward Islands - Martinique St-Lucia St-Vincent and the Genadines Grenada

Roland Nyns

Publisher: Mambo Tango

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This guide of anchorages and marinas in the Windward Islands provides detailled information on where and how to anchor or dock your boat, what formalities to comply with, where to get supplies or technical support, what to visit on the island and where to eat and drink.

 
A must have to plan your future adventures. This ebook contains lots of information on the islands you intend to visit, including administrative and emergency adresses and phone numbers.

 
This guide is essential to plan your cruise in the Windward Islands, with original photographs and chartlets of all anchorages and marinas. It includes sailing instructions on the approaches, waypoints, information on what services to expect as well as contact information for local restaurants and much more.

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