The Atlantic Boating Almanac consists of five regional volumes, the Pacific Boating Almanac consists of three volumes, and there is one volume that covers the Gulf of Mexico (there are seven in all in the annual series). The seven regions are: Maine to Cape Cod (Vol. 1), Cape Cod to Sandy Hook, N.J. (Vol. 2), N.C. a S.C., GA, a Bermuda (Vol. 3), Florida and The Bahamas (Vol. 4), The Gulf of Mexico, Southern California a Mexico, Northern California a the Delta, and The Pacific Northwest (Vol. 1). The Almanacs contain various data which the recreational boater is required to keep on board their vessel at all times. This information includes the latest Coast Pilot, Tide a Current Tables, First Aid, Electronics, Navigation and Safety, Weather, and Yacht Club Burgees. These editions are updated and published annually.The boatyard has a marine lift which can handle craft to 9 tons, for hull and engine repairs, and dry open or covered storage. ... Numerous submerged rocks covered 10 to 15a#39; are in the harbor approach, in an area within 0.4 mile of shore bounded on the N ... The chart is the best guide for approaching the harbor; however, it is advised that mariners transiting the area exercise extreme ... (239) A 530a#39; groin marked at its outer end by 2004 Edition 20 I Outer Cape Cod to Nantucket Sound.
|Title||:||Atlantic Boating Almanacs|
|Author||:||Peter L. Griffes|
|Publisher||:||ProStar Publications - 2004-01-01|