Imray chart G16 Western Pelopónnisos
Mediterranean | Greece and Turkey | G Series
Plans covered include Killini, Kalamata, Kiparissia, Pilos, Steno Methonis and Katakolon. Scale: 1 : 190,400.
Detailed plans or insets include:
- Limín Killinis (Scale: 1 : 12.500)
- Limín Katakólou (Scale: 1 : 20.000)
- Órmos Kiparissias (Scale: 1 : 7500)
- Órmos Navarínou (Scale: 1 : 30.000)
- Stenón Methónis (Scale: 1 : 20.000)
- Liménas Kalamatás (Scale: 1 : 12.500)
On this 2019 edition the chart specification has been improved to show coloured light flashes. A harbour plan of Koróni is now included on this chart. The latest depth surveys have been included where available. Submarine cables and firing practice areas have been updated. There has been general updating throughout. For this edition the chart has been fully updated throughout. The sketch plan of Stenón Methónis has been replaced with a fully WGS-84 compatible plan, and harbour developments are shown at Killini, Katakólon and Kiparissia.
Imray Tetra Charts G Series Ionian and Aegean seas with coasts and islands in Greece and Turkey provide coverage of popular areas on sheets specially designed for the needs of yachtsmen.
First published: 01-12-2014, current edition printed: January-2019
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