Imray chart A24 Anguilla, St Martin and St Barthélémy
Caribbean Sea | Leeward Islands | A Series
IOLAIRE A24 ANGUILLA/MARTIN/BART
Detailed plans or insets include:
- Prickly Pear Cays (Scale: 1 : 30.000)
- Shoal Bay and Island Harbour (Anguilla) (Scale: 1 : 50.000)
- Crocus Bay (Anguilla) (Scale: 1 : 15.000)
- Road Bay (Anguilla) (Scale: 1 : 12.000)
- Simpson Bay Lagoon and Baie de Marigot (Saint Martin) (Scale: 1 : 30.000)
- Great Bay (Sint Maartin) (Scale: 1 : 15.000)
- Oyster Pond (Sint Maartin) (Scale: 1 : 10.000)
- Port de Gustavia (Saint Barthélémy) (Scale: 1 : 15.000)
- Anse de Marigot (Saint Barthélémy) (Scale: 1 : 30.000)
On this 2013 edition, details of the new cross-lagoon causeway bridge at Simpson Bay are shown, as well as associated depth and dredged channel changes. Harbour developments and the latest depths are also shown at Great Bay (Groot Baai) and Port de Gustavia. The remainder of the chart has been fully updated throughout.
A Series Iolaire-Charts
from Imray are a set of charts covering the Leeward Islands, Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico in the Caribbean sea.
Iolaire-Charts are a series of Imray Charts for the Caribbean and Atlantic Ocean. Many of the charts in the series now include sailing directions on the reverse side. Designed under the guidance of D.M. Street Jr. who has 50 years of unrivalled first-hand knowledge of the area.
First published: 01-12-2013, current edition printed: December-2013
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