Mediterranean Spain Gibraltar to the French border The second edition of this well-received title from the Royal Cruising Club Pilotage Foundation covers the entire Mediterranean mainland coast of Spain from Gibraltar to the French border.
Cruising Ireland guide nautique Imray Written by Mike Balmforth and Norman Kean, editor of the ICC's Sailing Directions, Cruising Ireland is intended as a companion to the pilot books.
Fenland Waterways River Nene to River Great Ouse via Middle Level link route and alternatives This guide to the Middle Level waterways that lie between the River Great Ouse and River Nene, including the main link route via March and several other alternatives, gives all the information needed for anyone planning to navigate the area.
The Cruising Almanac 2021 Compiled by a team of Cruising Association regional editors and Imray, the Cruising Almanac is an annual publication first published over 100 years ago and long regarded as the perfect on board companion for cruising yachts. Each year, a well-known cruising sailor writes the Preface, and this year’s is by Tom Cunliffe.
Édition 2, 2002. The second edition of this comprehensive pilot incorporates information collected by the authors during their cruises in the area during 2000-2001.
Édition 2, 2001. Details of harbours and anchorages in the pacific south of the equator between New Guinea and South America.
Édition 1, 2016. Cook’s Country is a wholly original guide to the uniquely scenic and historic coasts of North Yorkshire and Northumberland.
CCC Cruising Scotland The Clyde to Cape Wrath. 2nd edition, 2015. Mike Balmforth/Edward Mason This lavishly illustrated book has been designed as a companion to the Clyde Cruising Club's Sailing Directions and covers the Scottish west coast from the Clyde to Cape Wrath and all the outlying islands.
Édition 4, 2015. Since its launch East Coast Pilot has become the most popular pilot book for the creeks, harbours and rivers between Great Yarmouth and Ramsgate, providing clear and concise sailing directions for visitors and regular East Coast cruising yachtsmen alike.
Guide Nautique Imray : Irish Sea Pilot Edition date 2015 The Irish Sea is a huge, almost landlocked sea. Around its shores and islands there are no fewer than six countries, provinces or protectorates.
new edition May 2020 CCC Sailing Directions Orkney and Shetland Islands. Including North and Northeast Scotland. 2nd edition 2020. This is a completely new volume for the Orkney and Shetland Islands and includes Fair Isle. It also covers the ‘jumping off' harbours on south side of the Pentland Firth and the mainland coast of Scotland between Inverness and...
Édition 1. Strictly speaking Dag Pike’s latest tour of historic and often long unused harbours should be titled ‘Hidden Harbours of Northwest England and Southwest Scotland’. Starting from the Dee Estuary and finishing in the remote Rhins of Galloway, over 40 harbours are described.
Édition 7, 2012. This seventh edition of the RCC's South Biscay pilot covers the coasts of France and Spain from the Gironde to La Coruna in Galicia.
Édition 1, 2011. Hidden Harbours of Wales is a tour of small and infrequently visited harbours on the Welsh coast, starting from Lydney on the River Severn and finishing a world away at Connah’s Quay on the River Dee on the north coast.
Édition 4, 2012. Covering the North Sea and Baltic coasts of Germany and Denmark, this guide is a companion to Brian Navin’s North Sea Passage Pilot and Cruising Guide to the Netherlands.
Édition 6, 2011. Henry Irving's long established guide to the nooks and crannies of this fascinating corner of the North Sea is now in its 6th edition and is published in full colour.
Guide Nautique Imray : Norway, Oslo to North Cape and Svalbard Edition date 2016 This pilot from the RCC covers the long and complex coast of Norway, from the Swedish border in the Skagerrak to the Russian border, including the Lofoten and Vesterålen islands, the Arctic archipelago of Svalbard and the remote volcanic island of Jan Mayen.
Édition 1, 2010. A tour of over 30 minor harbours around the coasts of southwest Britain from Lyme Bay to the River Severn. Illustrated with evocative colour photography, Dag Pike’s narrative brings to life a contrasting collection of small historic harbours, which although infrequently visited have a fascinating story to tell.
Édition 1, 2005. A superb pilot book plus a lot of additional information, really well presented.
Édition 1, 2016. Imray has commissioned this English language edition of Skagerrak Forlag’s Harbour Guide to Slovenia, Croatia and Montenegro, which covers the coasts of those countries and their islands.
Édition 7, 2016. Adriatic Pilot is the standard guide to Croatia and the neighbouring countries of Slovenia, Montenegro and Albania which is now celebrating 25 years of publication.
Édition 10, 2015. This is the only fully comprehensive pilot guide in English to Spain's Balearic Islands. This tenth edition of Islas Baleares - Ibiza, Formentera, Mallorca, Cabrera and Menorca - has been thoroughly revised for the RCC Pilotage Foundation by Graham Hutt who has visited the islands during 2014.
Édition 3, 2014. This popular book covering the Caribbean from Grenada and Barbados to the Virgin Islands is a translation from Jacques Patuelli's original French version.
Édition 1, 2010. Originally published in France, this cruising guide to Brazil has been produced to the same high standards as Imray's major pilot books.
Édition 6, 2012. This cruising guide is a proven reference for safe navigation of the US Pacific Coast. It describes the choice of routes for sailing along the coast, looking at harbour-hopping and inshore and offshore routes as well as weather, crossing bars and safety issues.
A guide encompassing approximately 600,000 square miles of some of the best cruising grounds in the world. From the Andaman and Nicobar Islands in the west to the gulf of Thailand in the east.
A Cruiser’s Guidebook, is the most up to date and comprehensive guide detailing the anchorages and harbors of the Pacific mainland coast.
This pilot, now in its 3rd edition, is published in English by an Italian couple who have spent more than eleven years cruising in the Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego area.
The classic guide to the East Coast of Australia and the Great Barrier Reef.
This guide provides detailed drawings of all anchorages and marina facilities on the western coast of Costa Rica.
Written by Mike Balmforth and Norman Kean, editor of the ICC's Sailing Directions, Cruising Ireland is intended as a companion to the pilot books.
A Cruising Guide to Puerto Rico, including the Spanish Virgin Islands and the north coast ports of the Dominican Republic.
Cruising guide to the Windward Islands Guide Nautique Imray Edition date 2013 A Cruising Guide to the Windward Islands, 2nd ed. is the completely updated version of Steve Pavlidis’ comprehensive Windward Islands guide that covers the stretch of islands from Martinique to Trinidad and Tobago known as the Windward Islands.
The Cruising Guide to the Southern Leeward Islands covers the islands of Antigua, Barbuda, Guadeloupe, Marie Galante, the Saintes, and Dominica.
Cruising Guide to the Northern Leeward Islands 2020/2021 The Cruising Guide to the Northern Leeward Islands covers the islands of Anguilla, St. Martin & Sint Maarten, St. Barts, Saba, Statia, St. Kitts, Nevis, Redonda, and Montserrat.
This twenty-eigth edition of the only annually updated cruising guide to Abaco includes updates for 16 of the 81 navigational charts and marina maps in the book including updates and expanded information on Sand Banks and Dont Rock passage.
The standard reference to the waterways of England, Wales and Scotland has been completely revised.
This stylish handbook from the RCC Pilotage Foundation covers the spectacular cruising grounds around Cape Horn, including Chile, the Beagle Channel, the Falkland Islands and the Antarctic Peninsula.
This new title covers the extensive cruising area of Galicia in the north west of Spain from Ribadeo to Bayona, where the beautiful rías provide shelter from the Atlantic in picturesque harbours and remote anchorages.
Secret Anchorages of Brittany provides concise pilotage directions for practically all the natural anchorages along the Brittany coast, from the Bay of Mont St Michel round to the great estuary of the Loire.