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A guide to cruising Anglesey and the North Wales coast.

Morris, Ralph.

A guide to cruising Anglesey and the North Wales coast.

by Morris, Ralph.

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Published by North West Venturers Yacht Club in Beaumaris .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Previous ed 1985.

ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19600689M
ISBN 100951137719
OCLC/WorldCa84715966

The Wales Way is a national route made up of three journeys – The Cambrian Way, The Coastal Way and The North Wales Way – that lead you along the coast, across castle country, and through our mountainous heartland. The Cambrian Way crosses the spine of Wales for miles (km) between Llandudno and Cardiff, through National Parks and the Cambrian Mountains. North Wales has all this in abundance, and a whole lot more! Let us be your guide and help you discover why North Wales is the only place in Britain to make it onto the Lonely Planet's Best in Travel , we'll help you choose where to stay, eat, and explore. Your North Wales .

  The North Wales coast offers wonderful cruising. I thoroughly enjoyed it for around 20 years until Storm Emma paid a visit to Holyhead. Holyhead Sailing Club has a number of visitors moorings. Maybe give them a call for a chat about your plans. Current News.   Located on the Isle of Anglesey in North Wales, Benllech is a popular beach holiday destination. With abundance of clean yellow sands, this town looks out towards the Penmon Point and the Great Orme. The Wales Coast Path and the Anglesey Coastal Path pass through this .

The North Wales Coast Line links Manchester, Crewe and London (in England) with the northern seaside resorts of Rhyl and Prestatyn, the city of Bangor, the isle of Anglesey and the port of Holyhead. Through tickets to Dublin (Ireland) are available, which include the ferry from Holyhead to Dublin Port. At sq miles, the Isle of Anglesey is Wales' largest island, and bigger than any in England. A stronghold of Welsh language and culture, it's also a popular destination for visitors, with miles of inspiring coastline, secluded beaches and Wales' greatest concentration of ancient sites.


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A guide to cruising Anglesey and the North Wales coast by Morris, Ralph. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Cruising Anglesey and Adjoining Waters. From Liverpool to Aberdovey. Ralph Morris. Ralph Morris's guide to the island of Anglesey and the North Wales coast was first published over 30 years ago.

At that time it covered little more than the island itself. A Guide to Wales North Coast & Anglesey. The coast of North Wales draws visitors in their thousands to its holiday resorts, but this very traditional region, where Welsh is still spoken on a daily basis, has many other treasures, both man-made and natural.5/5.

The prime mover was the increasing scarcity of Henry Glazebrook's “Anglesey & North Wales Coast Pilot” which has got him out of many tight corners. The detail and precision of Glazebrook’s pilot is legendary and, through this guide, the author hopes Reviews: 6. From cliffs and currents to sandy beaches, Richard Haig of Celtic Cruising thinks Anglesey’s coast is among the world’s finest.

Here, he sails round the island on a long weekend. N elson is reputed to have said that if you can sail a boat around Anglesey, you can sail a boat around the world. Well, far be it from me to argue with one of Britain’s greatest : Sailing Today. It was the increasing scarcity of Henry Glazebrook's Anglesey & North Wales Coast Pilot.

A couple of members of the North West Venturers Yacht Club had written Cruising Notes for about half the coastline and after twenty years pottering around the Irish Sea it seemed like a good idea to complete the circuit and incorporate Henry's pilot/5(6).

The North Wales Coast Line links Manchester, Crewe and London (in England) with the northern seaside resorts of Rhyl and Prestatyn, the city of Bangor, the isle of Anglesey and the port of Holyhead. Through-tickets to Dublin (Ireland) are available, which include the.

The North Wales Cruising Club was founded in for yachtsmen and boat owners who enjoy sailing to the beautiful anchorages and marinas of Anglesey and the Irish Sea.

On the water events are arranged throughout the year, including weekend trips to the Menai Strait and around Anglesey as well as longer trips which take advantage of the expansive sailing area to the Isle of Man, Ireland and.

Rainbow over Castell Dinas Bran Llangollen Stwlan Dam to Cwmorthin slate quarry - the industrial heritage of North Wales A moody day wander at Stwlan Dam near Blaenau Ffestiniog Just 1 Snowdonia workshop place left for Nikon lens choice for landscape photography - a difficult decision.

Special 15% discount on all prints, framed prints & canvases My North Wales Calendar is now. North Wales Coast 2nd edition - August Chester to Bangor kilometres / 80 miles. Lorna Jenner. ISBN: Isle of Anglesey 6th edition - October Complete circuit from Menai Bridge (clockwise).

kilometres/ miles. Coastal sea state is influenced by ocean swell and strong currents. Atlantic swell is most prominent around south-west England and Wales, and on the exposed flanks of western and southern Ireland.

Western Scotland may look equally vulnerable but the numerous islands and promontories are effective breakwaters for protecting the inner sounds.

Wales Walking Holidays specialise in quality self-guided walking and hiking holidays for the independent traveller in various areas of Wales. Trails include the mile Wales Coast Path, (which includes the Isle of Anglesey, the Llyn Peninsula, Meirionnydd, Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire), The North Wales Path, Offa’s Dyke and Glyndwr’s Way National Trails and Snowdonia’s National Park.

Find out when Wonders of the Coast Path is on TV, including Series 1-Episode 1: North Wales and Anglesey. Episode guide, trailer, review, preview, cast list and where to stream it on demand, on.

It was the increasing scarcity of Henry Glazebrook’s Anglesey & North Wales Coast Pilot. A couple of members of the North West Venturers Yacht Club had written Cruising Notes for about half the coastline and after twenty years pottering around the Irish Sea it seemed like a good idea to complete the circuit and incorporate Henry’s pilot.

Anglesey (/ ˈ æ ŋ ɡ əl s iː /; Welsh: Ynys Môn [ˈənɨs ˈmoːn]) is an island off the north-west coast of forms the principal area (as Isle of Anglesey) and historic county of that name, which includes Holy Island to the west and some islets and skerries. Anglesey island, at square miles ( km 2), is by far the largest island in Wales, the seventh largest in the British.

Cruising Guide. Liverpool to Point of Ayr. River Dee to Conwy. Anglesey - Menai Strait. Anglesey - West Coast. Anglesey - Holyhead Bay. Anglesey - North Coast. Anglesey - East Coast. Dinas Dinlle to Porthmadog. NEW. Porthmadog to Aberdovey. Appendices. Cruising Crib sheets - distances between harbours.

Tidal differences on Dover. SOLAS. PHOTOGRAPHING NORTH WALES A Photo Location Guide Book. SNOWDONIA • ANGLESEY • THE COAST • LLYN PENINSULA • LLANGOLLEN. Photographing North Wales is a comprehensive photo-location guide book to North Wales covering The Snowdonia National Park, The Isle of Anglesey, The Llyn Peninsula, The North Wales coastline and North-East book describes over.

Located on the Isle of Anglesey, the Port of Holyhead is the gateway to Anglesey, Snowdonia and the North Wales coast. It lies in a well-protected position due east of Holyhead Mountain, shielded from the Irish Sea by the historic Breakwater which is miles in length.

North Wales (Welsh: Gogledd Cymru) is the northernmost region of is bordered by the counties of Ceredigion, Powys, and the rest of Wales to the south, England and its counties of Shropshire, and Cheshire to the east, and the Irish Sea to the north and west. It is highly mountainous and rural, with Snowdonia National Park, known for its mountains, waterfalls, and trails, located wholly.

Across the Menai Strait from Caernarfon, the island of Anglesey (Ynys Môn) welcomes visitors to “Mam Cymru”, the Mother of Wales, attesting to the island’s former importance as the national breadbasket. The land remains predominantly pastoral, with small fields, stone walls and white houses reminiscent of parts of Ireland or England.

Cruising Anglesey and Adjoining Waters: ISBN () Softcover, Imray, Laurie, Norie & Wilson Ltd, Cruising Anglesey and the North Wales Coast. Cruising Anglesey and Adjoining Waters From Liverpool to Porthmadog Author: Ralph Morris Ralph Morris's guide to the island of Anglesey and the North Wales coast was first published over 30 years ago.

At that time it covered little more than the island itself.North Coast & Wirral Beaches. Anglesey Beaches. Gwynedd Beaches. Ceredigion Beaches. Pembrokeshire Beaches. Swansea (Gower) & Carmarthenshire Beaches. Vale of Glamorgan & Somerset Beaches.

Coastal Flora of Wales Click for larger image and description. A Guide to the wild flowers of Wales which favour a coastal habitat.Pilgrims came to this south-eastern corner of Anglesey to venerate the holy well of St Dwynwen, the patron saint of lovers, whose 16th-century church is a ruin on the island.

What makes this the most romantic walk in Wales, however, are views to give butterflies. Stay at Llanddwyn Island until sunset and prepare to swoon.