From Ouessant in the north to Hendaye on the Spanish border, the third edition of this comprehensive sailing guide to the Atlantic coast of France has, once again, been thoroughly revised and updated by Nick Chavasse aboard his Bowman 40, Wild Bird.His coastal explorations have taken him over drying causeways and under mast-height bridges, up tranquil rivers and around sand-strewn islands and this first-hand familiarity is evident in the extent and depth of coverage. Plans have been revised and updated throughout and there are numerous new photographs to help the navigator identify key features.Atlantic France is the authoritative cruising guide for this most popular coastline of historic ports and idyllic anchorages with its sometimes-challenging tides, currents and pilotage.
Whilst the RCCPF, contributors, and authors have used reasonable endeavours to ensure the accuracy of the contents of this
website, the information on this website should not be relied on alone for navigational use, and should only be used in conjunction with official hydrographic data. This is particularly relevant to plans and maps, which should not be used for navigation.