MI BARCO | MY BOAT | MON BATEAU
Lat 42º 34,2' N
Log 8º 51,5' W
14
JUN
2017

Norman Kean and Geraldine Hennigan. For 2017 Pilotage Notes.

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There has for the last six years been a much acclaimed boatyard, Varadoiro do Xufre (the yard’s tall shed and tower crane are conspicuous from seaward). There is 3m at LAT all the way in to the yard’s pontoon (see plan). A family business, the level of service is outstanding – they even have a car available for customers’ (self drive) use.

Porto O Xufre, Isla de Arosa. This harbour is especially poorly represented on the charts. Although there is still no routine alongside berthing and the anchor symbol on the RCC pilot’s The boatyard at Xufre, Isla de Arosa. The shed has 22m overhead clearance inside. 18 Faro de Punta Caballo restaurant aerial picture is in the right place, there is now a long floating breakwater which has sorted out some of the mooring mess [see plan]. There has for the last six years been a much acclaimed boatyard, Varadoiro do Xufre (the yard’s tall shed and tower crane are conspicuous from seaward). There is 3m at LAT all the way in to the yard’s pontoon (see plan). A family business, the level of service is outstanding – they even have a car available for customers’ (self drive) use. Their travelhoist can lift 180 tonnes.They offer 20% discount to ICC members. San Xulián is a very pretty village with picturesque narrow winding streets

Pilotage Notes

Compiled by Norman Kean and Geraldine Hennigan