First of a new series of Imray publications
Do you only have a week to spare? For those of us who are time poor but who want to seize the moment, either on our own boat or on a charter, it’s reassuring to know that there are plenty of cruising hubs from where we can enjoy some of the best of the region in only a few days.
Imray Pocket Pilots are a new series of affordable PDF books, companions to the Yachting Monthly series A Week Afloat.
They visit some ideal destinations and suggest a one week itinerary, and include expanded sailing directions for cruising each area based on printed Imray pilot books. Familiar Imray chartlets cover marina detail and approaches, and photos add both information and colour to the downloads.
This Imray Pocket Pilot covers The Morbihan area of west France and is based on the Royal Cruising Club Pilotage Foundation Atlantic France cruising guide guide. It follows a one-week cruise out of La Trinité, into the River Auray and Gulf of Morbihan, then out across Quiberon Bay to Île Houat before returning via the Quiberon Peninsula.
A growing list of Imray Pocket Pilots will include:
Seven Mediterranean titles by Lucinda Heikell including Corsica, The South of France and The Ionian, Greece.
The west coast of Scotland by Norman Kean (Clyde Cruising Club)
Southwest Ireland by Norman Kean (Irish Cruising Club)
Galicia by Norman Kean (Royal Cruising Club Pilotage Foundation)
Morbihan and La Rochelle, Atlantic France by Nick Chavasse (Royal Cruising Club Pilotage Foundation)
The Stockholm Archipelago by Nigel Wollen (Royal Cruising Club Pilotage Foundation)