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ADMIRALTY NP22 Bay of Biscay Pilot - Sailing Directions

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Admiralty Sailing Directions. Bay of Biscay Pilot,
Bay of Biscaya and approaches with adjacent coasts of France and Spain from Pointe de Penmarc´h to Cabo Ortegal.

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ADMIRALTY Sailing Directions, Bay of Biscay

Bay of Biscay with adjacent coasts of France and Spain. From Ponte dePenmarch to Cabo Ortegal

NP22 is part of the worldwide series of books published by the United Kingdom Hydrographic Office (UKHO). They comply with SOLAS equipment regulations for commercial shipping. In English language with numerous photos, charts, sketches and illustrations. 2019, 18th edition.

Content

The ADMIRALTY Sailing Direction Bay of Biscay (NP22) offers the following topics for the sailing area in more detail:

  • Shipping routes, routes and traffic control areas (TSS)
  • Port facilities, quay facilities and berth information
  • Instructions for port entries
  • Notes on nautical hazards
  • Buoyage and controls
  • Climatic background information
  • Geographic coverage
 

The sea area is divided into eleven sections along the coasts. (See diagram). It contains

  1. Countries, navigation and regulation
  2. Bay of Biscay
  3. Pointe de Penmarch to Pointe de Trevignon, with Iles de Glenan
  4. Lorient and Environs from Ile Verte to Beg an Aud with Ile de Groix
  5. Beg an Aud to Pointe du Croisic with Belle Ile
  6. The Loire and surroundings, Baie de Bourgneuf
  7. Road of the Boeuf to Pointe de la Coubre
  8. Pointe de la Coubre to Cabo Higuer with the Gironde
  9. Cabo Higuer to Cabo Ajo
  10. Cabo Ajo to Cabo Penas
  11. Cabo Penas to Cabo Ortegal

NP22 Bay of Biscay

 

ADMIRALTY Sailing Directions for the equipping of ships for SOLAS

The British Sailing Directions are part of the bridge equipment on board merchant ships required by SOLAS. Depending on the rules of the flag state, the necessary official publications and sea handbooks must be on board in addition to the current nautical charts.

ADMIRALTY Sailing Directions are also a useful equipment for navigation on board in sports navigation which is not subject to the mandatory equipment requirements. Especially in areas where a coverage with district guides is not possible or not in an up-to-date form, many skippers fall back on the sea manuals.

Numerous illustrations, colour photos and sketches facilitate navigation.

Update of the ADMIRALTY Sailing Directions

For the United Kingdom Hydrographic Office's sea manuals, the publishers provide free weekly updates on the homepage. These are published as part of the Notice to Mariners. You can also order a subscription for a weekly delivery of the paper version of the Notice to Mariners from your chart supplier HanseNautic. Please do not hesitate to contact us.

https://www.admiralty.co.uk/publications/publications-and-reference-guides/admiralty-sailing-directions

Additional Information

Edition 14th Edition 2019
Editiondate 08.07.2019
Language English
Brand Admiralty (BA)