GUIDE: Electronic format immediate download in TWO formats: PDF – ePub
Enhanced version updated with more anchorages
- The Gulfs
- KI to Ceduna
- all in one file
- PDF prints perfect on A4
- 75 pages
Anchorages, facilities, attractions, fishing spots & latest marina info updated to October 2020
Full colour maps with GPS positions and safe tracks, aerial views, chart snippets
Weather information ~ Beautiful Photographs
Live Links for more information and services.
- PDF formatted to print perfectly on A4
- EPUB displays on your iPhone, iPad, most devices
Personally reconnoitered by Jack and Jude with additional anchorages by gulf experts John and Inara.
We’ve been sailing since we were kids and have safely explored untold scary places. So, if you follow our lead, you too can have the experience of a lifetime with the caveat that you are in command, sailing seas that can be life-threatening.
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Has anyone found tidal stream charts for south Australian coast, not much info on charts what does everyone else use.
The BOM has a sea temperature and currents page for SA here.
There’s a page for every state, particularly useful for the East Australian Current.
Hi Jack and Jude, we are on our second world circumnavigation on Scotia and this time around we are considering sailing the bottom of Australia, calling in at Tasmania, Perth then on to Sumatara, Malaysia.
We are having difficulty finding relevant info for Southern Australia.
So far we have discovered that the best time would be January to March and that light winds may be expected. Lots of harbours, good weather forecasts.
We just wondered if you had any further advice or info, or tell us where to find it. ie is it in your book.
PS: We are in NZ just now and sailing for Fiji in a few days.
Hi i have a farm on lake Alexandrina and looking for a sailboat at the moment. Also doing research as to where to tie up overnight as planing trip up the Murray. Do you have lower lakes and Murray info?
Sorry Dietmar, we have no information on the Murray. “SA’s Waters, An Atlas and Guide” has the Murray, alas only in print.
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