Plans: Strait of Gibraltar Gibraltar Estepona Puerto de Almerimar Almería CeutaRevised depths are shown around Ceuta, and various harbour developments are shown at Tanger-Méditerranée, Gibraltar (including La Alcaidesa marina) and Almería.
The essential marine data resource for yachts sailing the Mediterranean, the Imray Mediterranean Almanac is published biennially with updates available in a downloadable supplement at the end of the first year. It includes: Data, waypoints and contacts for all major harbours and marinas throughout the Mediterranean Sea plus Atlantic Islands. Weather sources for radio, internet and apps Information on lights and buoys Maritime regulations, marine reserves and traffic schemes Coast radio stations and frequencies GMDSS safety and distress communications Harbour plans throughout, with the familiar Imray cartography which adds clarity to their use. There are the usual detailed revisions throughout this edition, plus many new harbour plans.
The second edition of this well-received title from the Royal Cruising Club Pilotage Foundation covers the entire Mediterranean mainland coast of Spain from Gibraltar to the French border. This is the only detailed pilot for the Spanish Mediterranean coast running up from Gibraltar to the border with France. It covers a varied cruising area that includes the mountain-backed Costas del and Sol and Blanca, the expansive lagoon of the Mar Menor, the low-lying Ebro delta and the rugged Costa Brava. In between are several great cities including Malaga, Valencia, Tarragona and Barcelona, the Catalan capital. The volume opens with Gibraltar and La Línea. With Imray charts for the same coast, Mediterranean Spain provides all the data necessary for anyone based in Spain, transitting to and from areas further East or the Balearics, or just exploring this rich and varied coast and its hinterland. The coverage has been revised with the text updated, new plans added and other plan updates based on the latest information. This edition has been enhanced by the addition of over 100 aerial photographs showing coastline and harbour approaches.
Atlantic Spain and Portugal is the classic guide to this varied coast which includes the rias of of Galicia, the estuaries of the Douro and Tejo with Lisbon, the Algarve and then the coast of Andalucia down to Gibraltar. It's the essential companion for yachts making passage to the Mediterranean or onwards to the Canaries before an Atlantic crossing and also a comprehensive cruising companion for anyone visiting the delightful cruising grounds of Galicia and beyond. There are new photos and most of the plans incorporate changes accumulated over the four years since the last edition was published. The fact that this guide is now in its eighth edition shows how popular it has become with cruising folk... all right up to Imray’s normal standards and it would make no sense to cruise the area without this book by the navigator’s hand. Yachting Monthly
Italian Waters Pilot is the only guide for yachtsmen in English that covers the coasts of the Tyrrhenian Sea, Sardinia, Sicily, the Ionian 'heel' and Malta in one volume. This new tenth edition builds on first-hand research by the authors through the Tuscan islands, along the Tyrrhenian and Ionian coasts, to Sardinia and Sicily, Malta and Gozo. Numerous revisions have been made throughout, with the text, plans and photographs undergoing a complete overhaul. Care has been taken to research the details of marina developments. Where it has been available information is given on proposed changes and extensions to yacht harbours. Marine reserves are now an important feature of the coasts and off-lying islands, particularly in Sardinia and Sicily, and this edition provides updated details of the latest regulations. Climate change and extreme weather events are becoming a major issue and this edition includes a section on the how climate change might affect sailing in the Mediterranean. Italian Waters Pilot is the last word on the area for yachts cruising there and on their way between western and eastern parts of the Mediterranean.
Morocco, Algeria, Libya and Tunisia including Gibraltar, Pantelleria and the Pelagie Islands and Malta. The 4th edition (2010) of this popular pilot has been updated, new photos added and harbour plans revised.
Reeds Nautical Almanac is the indispensable trusted annual compendium of navigational data for yachtsmen and motorboaters, and provides all the information required to navigate Atlantic coastal waters around the whole of the UK, Ireland, Channel Islands and the entire European coastline from the tip of Denmark right down to Gibraltar, Northern Morocco, the Azores and Madeira. The 2022 edition continues the Almanac's tradition of year on year improvement and meticulous presentation of all the data required for safe navigation. Now with an improved layout for easier reference and with over 45,000 annual changes, it is regarded as the bible of almanacs for anyone going to sea. The 2022 edition is updated throughout, containing over 45,000 changes, and includes: 700 harbour chartlets; tide tables and tidal streams; buoyage and lights; 7,500 waypoints; invaluable passage notes; distance tables; radio, weather and safety information; first aid section. Also: a free Marina Guide. Also available: free supplements of up-to-date navigation changes from January to June at: www.reedsnauticalalmanac.co.uk