A Guide to Cruising Northern Australia - Cairns to Darwin

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Lulu.com, 2007 - Travel - 240 pages
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236 pages - contains anchorages that may be found throughout the tropical coastline of Australia from Cairns in Queensland to Darwin in the Northern Territory. Includes relevant charts and tide tables, navigation lights, beacons or leads, depths, dangers, routes of access, identifiable features and landmarks, anchor holding and comfort factors plus details of local facilities if any are available, contact rescue groups details and emergency medical facilities.

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At many locations the depths are way out, "mud maps" are inaccurate, lats and longs are also not reliable, use this book as a guide for locations only do not trust the depths or drawings it could be dangerous to do so, Lucas book is far superior for the Queensland east coast.

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