Reeds Looseleaf Almanac 2019

SKU
BD6709
98,00 CHF   incl. Tax, excl. shipping fees
Date de livraison probable: 24.06.2019, commandé 10:30 jusqu'à demain.

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The Reeds Looseleaf Almanac provides all the information required to navigate Atlantic coastal waters around the UK, Ireland, Channel Islands, and the entire European coastline from the tip of Denmark right down to Gibraltar, including the Azores and Madeira. This is a versatile system that combines almanac and pilotage information in a convenient looseleaf form. The unique looseleaf format, bound inside a durable binder which stays open on the chart table, lets the user tailor the Almanac to their needs by complementing the contents supplied with whatever information they may want to add or take out. The looseleaf format makes information access quick and easy whilst allowing the navigator to refresh it with the annual update pack. Includes 700 harbour chartlets, Harbour facilities, Tide tables and streams, 7,500 waypoints, International codes and flags, Weather, Distance tables, Passage advice, Area planning charts, Rules of the road, Radio information, Communications, Safety, Mayday and distress procedures, and Documentation and Customs. The edition is updated throughout, containing over 45,000 changes, and includes a free Reeds Marina Guide.

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Informations détaillées
SKU BD6709
Nom du produit Reeds Looseleaf Almanac 2019
Garantie 0
ISBN 978-1-4729-5757-3
EAN 9781472957573
Fabricant / éditeur Bloomsbury Publishing Plc
Droit de retour Pas de droit de retour
Type de produit Livre
Moyen Papier
Catégories Livre de bord / Livres pilotes
Langue Anglais
Pays / Région Açores, Île de Madère, Danemark, Angleterre, France, Irlande, Portugal, Espagne
Eaux Manche (mer), Océan Atlantique, Golfe de Gascogne
Auteur Perrin Towler, Mark Fishwick
Année de publication 2018
Pages 1104
Type de reliure Couverture cartonnée
Poids (kg) 3.05
Dimension 1 (cm) 29,3
Dimension 2 (cm) 25
Dimension 3 (cm) 7,5
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