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Irish Sea Pilot

Categorie:  Pilots & kaarten
Type nl:  Pilots
Category:  Pilots & Charts
Type en:  Pilots
Kategorie:  Pilots & Karten
Type de:  Pilots
Art.nr.:  3236
Product nl:  Irish Sea Pilot
Product en:  Irish Sea Pilot
Product de:  Irish Sea Pilot
Regio:  Noordzee
Region:  North Sea
Regionen:  Nordsee
Beschrijving:  David Rainsbury


The Irish Sea is a huge, almost landlocked sea. Around its shores and islands there are no fewer than six countries, provinces or protectorates, each with its own banknotes and form of government. Several languages are represented, English, Welsh, Irish and Scots Gaelic, Manx and countless accents and dialects.

Its waters teem with life; dolphins and porpoises are a common sight; leatherback turtles come here from the Caribbean to feed on the jellyfish and whales are regular visitors. In the air there are gulls, puffins, guillemots and more.

The range of challenges and coastlines is astonishing. Tides above five knots are commonplace and yet there are calm, sheltered waters for relaxed wandering.

This completely new pilot covers both sides of the Irish Sea from Milford Haven to Portpatrick, and Rathlin Island to Carnsore Point.

From his base in North Wales David Rainsbury spent two long and rainy summers exploring the coasts he describes. His sailing directions and descriptions cover all the places that provide shelter and they are supported by his own photography and aerial shots from Patrick Roach. At the start of each chapter are are useful coasting notes which deal with some of the more difficult passages and tidal gateways.The harbour text is then clearly organised so that essential information regarding accessibility, tides and shelter always proceed the pilotage notes which are supported by clear full colour plans.

For updates and corrections please visit https://www.theirishseapilot.com
Description:  David Rainsbury


The Irish Sea is a huge, almost landlocked sea. Around its shores and islands there are no fewer than six countries, provinces or protectorates, each with its own banknotes and form of government. Several languages are represented, English, Welsh, Irish and Scots Gaelic, Manx and countless accents and dialects.

Its waters teem with life; dolphins and porpoises are a common sight; leatherback turtles come here from the Caribbean to feed on the jellyfish and whales are regular visitors. In the air there are gulls, puffins, guillemots and more.

The range of challenges and coastlines is astonishing. Tides above five knots are commonplace and yet there are calm, sheltered waters for relaxed wandering.

This completely new pilot covers both sides of the Irish Sea from Milford Haven to Portpatrick, and Rathlin Island to Carnsore Point.

From his base in North Wales David Rainsbury spent two long and rainy summers exploring the coasts he describes. His sailing directions and descriptions cover all the places that provide shelter and they are supported by his own photography and aerial shots from Patrick Roach. At the start of each chapter are are useful coasting notes which deal with some of the more difficult passages and tidal gateways.The harbour text is then clearly organised so that essential information regarding accessibility, tides and shelter always proceed the pilotage notes which are supported by clear full colour plans.

For updates and corrections please visit https://www.theirishseapilot.com
Beschreibung:  David Rainsbury


The Irish Sea is a huge, almost landlocked sea. Around its shores and islands there are no fewer than six countries, provinces or protectorates, each with its own banknotes and form of government. Several languages are represented, English, Welsh, Irish and Scots Gaelic, Manx and countless accents and dialects.

Its waters teem with life; dolphins and porpoises are a common sight; leatherback turtles come here from the Caribbean to feed on the jellyfish and whales are regular visitors. In the air there are gulls, puffins, guillemots and more.

The range of challenges and coastlines is astonishing. Tides above five knots are commonplace and yet there are calm, sheltered waters for relaxed wandering.

This completely new pilot covers both sides of the Irish Sea from Milford Haven to Portpatrick, and Rathlin Island to Carnsore Point.

From his base in North Wales David Rainsbury spent two long and rainy summers exploring the coasts he describes. His sailing directions and descriptions cover all the places that provide shelter and they are supported by his own photography and aerial shots from Patrick Roach. At the start of each chapter are are useful coasting notes which deal with some of the more difficult passages and tidal gateways.The harbour text is then clearly organised so that essential information regarding accessibility, tides and shelter always proceed the pilotage notes which are supported by clear full colour plans.

For updates and corrections please visit https://www.theirishseapilot.com
Levertijd:  1 week
Delivery:  1 week
Lieferzeit:  1 Woche
Medium:  pilot
Beschikbaar als:  pilot
Talen:  Engels
languages:  English
Sprachen:  Englisch
Uitgever:  Imray
BTW:  9
Gewicht:  600.00
Afbeelding:  https://www.stentec.com/shop/images/imray_pilots/3236ISP.jpg
Cross Selling:  3362;3225;7820
ExBTWprijs:  45.41
dealerkorting:  10%
awdkorting:  10%
dealerprijs:  40.87
awdprijs:  40.87
Stentec prijs:  € 49,50
 
David Rainsbury


The Irish Sea is a huge, almost landlocked sea. Around its shores and islands there are no fewer than six countries, provinces or protectorates, each with its own banknotes and form of government. Several languages are represented, English, Welsh, Irish and Scots Gaelic, Manx and countless accents and dialects.

Its waters teem with life; dolphins and porpoises are a common sight; leatherback turtles come here from the Caribbean to feed on the jellyfish and whales are regular visitors. In the air there are gulls, puffins, guillemots and more.

The range of challenges and coastlines is astonishing. Tides above five knots are commonplace and yet there are calm, sheltered waters for relaxed wandering.

This completely new pilot covers both sides of the Irish Sea from Milford Haven to Portpatrick, and Rathlin Island to Carnsore Point.

From his base in North Wales David Rainsbury spent two long and rainy summers exploring the coasts he describes. His sailing directions and descriptions cover all the places that provide shelter and they are supported by his own photography and aerial shots from Patrick Roach. At the start of each chapter are are useful coasting notes which deal with some of the more difficult passages and tidal gateways.The harbour text is then clearly organised so that essential information regarding accessibility, tides and shelter always proceed the pilotage notes which are supported by clear full colour plans.

For updates and corrections please visit https://www.theirishseapilot.com