Contents

Preface, v Introduction, 1

I. GIBRALTAR

Gibraltar, 17

COSTA DEL SOL

II. Europa Point to Pta del Torrox, 24

1.

La Atunara, 25

2.

Puerto de Sotogrande, 25

3.

Puerto de la Duquesa, 27

4.

Puerto de Estepona, 28

5.

Puerto de José Banús, 30

6.

Puerto de Marbella, 32

7.

Marina de Bajadilla, 33

8.

Puerto Cabo Pino, 34

9.

Puerto de Fuengirola, 36

10.

Puerto de Punta Negra, 38

11.

Puerto de Benalmádena, 38

12.

Puerto de Málaga, 40

13. Puerto de El Candado, 42

14. Puerto Caleta de Vélez, 44 Planning guide and distances, 45

III. Pta del Torrox to Cabo de Gata and Isla del Alboran, 46

15. Marina del Este Puerto de la Mona, 48

16. Puerto de Motril, 50

17. Puerto de Adra, 54

18. Pureto de Almerimar, 57

19. Puerto de Roquetas del Mar, 59

20. Puerto de Aguadulce, 60

COSTA BLANCA

IV. Cabo de Gata to Cabo de Palos and Mar Menor, 68

24. Puertos de Carboneras, 74

25. Puerto de Garrucha, 76

26. Puerto de Villaricos, 78

27. Puerto de Esperanza, 78

28. Puertos de Aguilas y del Hornillo, 81

29. Puerto Deportivo de Mazarrón, 84

30. Puerto de Mazarrón, 86

31. Puerto de Cartagena, 89

33. Puerto de Cabo de Palos (Cala Avellán), 93

34. Puerto de Tomás Maestre, 97

35. Puerto de Dos Mares, 101

36. Puerto de la Manga, 101

37. Puerto de Mar de Cristal, 102

38. Puerto de los Islas Menores, 103

39. Puerto de Los Nietos, 103

40. Puerto de los Urrutias, 104

41. Puerto de los Alcázares, 105

42. Puerto de Lo Pagan, 106 Planning guide and distances, 107

V. Puerto de San Pedro del Pinatar to Dénia, 108

43. Puerto de San Pedro del Pinatar, 109

44. Puerto de la Horadada, 111

45. Puerto de Campoamor (Dehesa de Campoamor), 112

46. Puerto de Cabo Roig, 113

47. Puerto de Torrevieja, 114

48. Marina de las Dunas (Puerto de Guardamar), 116

49. Puerto de Santa Pola, 118

50. Puerto de Espato, 120

51. Puerto de Isla de Tabarca (Isla Plana), 120

52. Puerto de Alicante, 122

53. Puerto de San Juan (Club Náutico Costa Bravo), 126

54. Puerto de Campello, 127

55. Puerto de Villajoyosa (Alcoco), 128

56. Puerto de Benidorm, 130

57. Puerto de Altea, 132

58. Puerto de la Olla de Altea (El Portet), 134

59. Puerto de Mary Montaña, 135

60. Marina Greenwich (Mascarat), 136

61. Puerto Blanco, 138 63. Puerto de Calpe, 140

63. Puerto de las Basetas, 142

64. Puerto de Moirara, 144

Appendices

I. Charts, 154

II. Further reading, 158

III. Spanish Glossary, 159

IV. Certificate of Competence, 161

V. Certificate of insurance, 162 VI. Charter regulations, 162

VII. Value added tax, 162

VIII. Official addressses, 162

IX. Documentation, 163

X. Waypoints, 164

Index, 165

THE RCC PILOTAGE FOUNDATION

In 1976 an American member of the Royal Cruising Club, Dr Fred Ellis, indicated that he wished to make a gift to the Club in memory of his father, the late Robert E Ellis, of his friends Peter Pye and John Ives and as a mark of esteem for Roger Pinckney. An independent charity known as the RCC Pilotage Foundation was formed and Dr Ellis added his house to his already generous gift of money to form the Foundation's permanent endowment. The Foundation's charitable objective is 'to advance the education of the public in the science and practice of navigation', which is at present achieved through the writing and updating of pilot books covering many diffent parts of the world.

The Foundation is extremely grateful and privileged to have been given the copyrights to books written by a number of distinguished authors and yachtsmen including the late Adlard Coles, Robin Brandon and Malcolm Robson. In return the Foundation has willingly accepted the task of keeping the original books up to date and many yachtsmen and women have helped (and are helping) the Foundation fulfil this commitment. In addition to the titles donated to the Foundation, several new books have been created and developed under the auspices of the Foundation. The Foundation works in close collaboration with three publishers - Imray Laurie Norie and Wilson, Adlard Coles Nautical and On Board Publications - and in addition publishes in its own name short run guides and pilot books for areas where limited demand does not justify large print runs. Several of the Foundation's books have been translated into French, German and Italian.

The Foundation runs its own website at www.rccpf.org.uk which not only lists all the publications but also contains free downloadable pilotage information.

The overall management of the Foundation is entrusted to trustees appointed by the Royal Cruising Club, with day-to-day operations being controlled by the Director. These appointments are unpaid. In line with its charitable status, the Foundation distributes no profits; any surpluses are used to finance new books and developments and to subsidise those covering areas of low demand.

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South Biscay

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