AN Gibraltar to Atlantic Morocco

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May to September

Tropical storms:

None

Charts:

BA: 4104 US: 104

Pilots:

BA: 1, 67 US: 143

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Waypoints:

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Departure

Intermediate Landfall

Destination

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AN380 Gibraltar

AN381 Camera

Tangiers

55

36'08'N, 5*22'W

36'03'N. 5'25'W AN382 Tarifa 35'59'N, 5'36'W AN383 Paloma 35'59'N, 5'45'W

35*17TV, 5'48'W

MMN

AN384 Espartel

Casablanca

191 !

35'50'N. 5'57'W

33'37% 7 3cW Agadir

30┬░25'N, 9"3e'W

409

Espartel the predominant features are the large Atlantic swell and the lack of natural harbours, with the notable exception of Mogadon A restricted zone is in force between Rabat and Mohamedia, and any boat straying within 12 miles of the coast may be chased away by Moroccan navy vessels. Casablanca is the largest port along this coast and, for the time being, has the best repair facilities. A fast developing port with adequate facilities is Agadir, which is used as a base by a large number of foreign fishing boats. A marina is under construction in Agadir and, when it is finished, it will be a convenient place to leave a boat while visiting the interior of this interesting country.

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