by Robert Wilcox
Wide open seas, secluded anchorages, interesting navigational challenges, beautiful scenery and great hospitality – these are some of the reasons why you must sail the south and southwest coast of Ireland. From Shannon Estuary to St George’s Channel, a good day’s sailing is rewarded with overnight moorings that are often serene yet convenient for excellent eating and good-humoured company.
Within this book are detailed descriptions of every entrance, harbour, anchorage and service in the area, accompanied by stunning aerial photography and charts giving the yachtsman the ideal resource for cruising. There are sections on weather, tides, charts, passage planning and getting there and away, followed by a background briefing for those visiting Ireland for the first time.
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|Dimensions (cm):||30.2 x 21.6|