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Tides in Canadian Waters Chart 1 Symbols Abbreviations and Terms Tide Tables 1 Atlantic Coast and Bay of Fundy
Canada has more than 100,000 miles of seacoast and has some of the most interesting and peculiar tides. Learn about tidal forces. Includes East Coast, Great Lakes, Arctic and West Coast. This is a valuable aid to understanding nautical charts. The symbols, abbreviations and terms used on Canadian Hydrographic Charts are identified. Tide Tables provide predicted times and heights of the high and low tides in different locations within the Atlantic Coast and the Bay of Fundy.
Tide Tables Two Gulf of St Lawrence St. Lawrence River and Saguenay Fiord Tide Tables Four Arctic and Hudson Bay
Tide Tables provide predicted times and heights of the high and low tides in different locations within the Gulf of Saint Lawrence Tide Tables provide predicted times and heights of the high and low tides in different locations within the St. Lawrence River and Saguenay Fiord Tide Tables provide predicted times and heights of the high and low tides in different locations within the Arctic and Hudson Bay region.
Juan de Fuca Strait and Strait of Georgia Discovery Passage and West Coast Vancouver Island Queen Charlotte Sound To Dixon Entrance
Tide Tables provide predicted times and heights of the high and low tides in different locations within the Juan de Fuca Strait and Strait of Georgia. Tide Tables provide predicted times and heights of the high and low tides in different locations within  Discovery Passage and the West Coast of Vancouver Island. Tide Tables provide predicted times and heights of the high and low tides in different locations within Dixon Entrance and Queen Charlotte Sound.
Murray's Tables Pacific Coast Sailing Directions - PAC200. General Information for the entire Pacific Coast. Complementing CHS charts and other publications, provides comprehensive information on navigational hazards, buoyage systems, pilotage, regulations, ports Sailing Directions Inner Passage
Murray's Tables
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Murray's Tables - For determining which chart of the Canadian Hydrographic Service's CURRENT ATLAS Juan to Fuca Strait to Strait of Georgia to consult when cruising. Pacific Coast Sailing Directions - PAC200. General Information for the entire Pacific Coast.  Complementing CHS charts and other publications, provides comprehensive information on navigational hazards, buoyage systems, pilotage, regulations, port facilities, etc. Coil bound. Sailing Directions are designed to complement the standard nautical chart and provide additional detailed information that cannot be shown on the chart. Covers B.C.'s Inner Passage - Queen Charlotte Sound to Chatham Sound.  Complementing CHS charts and other publications, provides comprehensive information on navigational hazards, buoyage systems, pilotage, regulations, port facilities, etc. Coil bound. Sailing Directions are designed to complement the standard nautical chart and provide additional detailed information that cannot be shown on the chart.  Includes current list of Notice to Mariners updates.
Sailing Directions Hecate Strait Portland Inlet Current Atlas Juan de Fuca to Strait of Georgia Sailing Directions Juan de Fuca St. of Georgia
Covers B.C.'s northern coast: Hecate Strait, Dixon Entrance, Portland Inlet and adjacent waters, and Queen Charlotte Islands. Complementing CHS charts and other publications, provides comprehensive information on navigational hazards, buoyage systems, pilotage, regulations, port facilities, etc. Coil bound. Sailing Directions are designed to complement the standard nautical chart and provide additional detailed information that cannot be shown on the chart. Includes current list of Notice to Mariners updates. This atlas covers the waters between Sooke and Campbell River, including the Gulf and San Juan Islands. This atlas, used in conjunction with Tide and Current Tables, Volume 5, contains diagrams illustrating where to expect strong tidal streams or large eddies, as well as surface currents caused by the discharge of the Fraser River.  Recommended to be used with Murray's Tables. Covers B.C.'s Juan de Fuca and Strait of Georgia. Complementing CHS charts and other publications, provides comprehensive information on navigational hazards, buoyage systems, pilotage, regulations, port facilities, etc. Coil bound. Sailing Directions are designed to complement the standard nautical chart and provide additional detailed information that cannot be shown on the chart.  Includes current list of Notice to Mariners updates.
Sailing Directions General Information Northern Canada Sailing Directions East Arctic arc402e Sailing Directions West Arctic arc403e
Sailing Directions are the indispensable companions to charts. Sailing Directions is a great tool for planning and assisting in navigation because they provide information that cannot be shown on a chart. Sailing Directions are the indispensable companions to charts. Sailing Directions is a great tool for planning and assisting in navigation because they provide information that cannot be shown on a chart. Sailing Directions are the indispensable companions to charts. Sailing Directions is a great tool for planning and assisting in navigation because they provide information that cannot be shown on a chart.
Central and Northern Vancouver Island Sailing Directions - PAC 202. This guide covers Discovery Passage to Queen Charlotte Islands and the West Coast of Vancouver Island. Complementing CHS charts and other publications, provides comprehensive information Northern & Central BC Coastal Kayaking book - Wild Coast Volume 2. This volume expands upon the kayakers exploration of Central and Northern British Columbia coastline. It covers the coastline from North Vancouver Island to the Alaska border. Each chapter BC South Coast & East Vancouver Island Coastal Atlas. After kayaking British Columbia's entire rugged coastline, John Kimantas has created the ultimate resource for passionate paddlers. This detailed collection of maps is designed with the unique needs of
Central and Northern Vancouver Island Sailing Directions - PAC 202. This guide covers Discovery Passage to Queen Charlotte Islands and the West Coast of Vancouver Island. Complementing CHS charts and other publications, provides comprehensive information on navigational hazards, buoyage systems, pilotage, regulations, port facilities, etc. Coil bound. Sailing Directions are designed to complement the standard nautical chart and provide additional detailed information that cannot be shown on the chart. Northern & Central BC Coastal Kayaking book - Wild Coast Volume 2. This volume expands upon the kayakers exploration of Central and Northern British Columbia coastline.  It covers the coastline from North Vancouver Island to the Alaska border.  Each chapter explores the attractions, history, and ecology of each of the journeys destinations.  Detailed maps show the major points of interest, from the best campgrounds to the ideal spots to view wildlife.  Included are key features of each area such as amenities, hazards, launch sites, parks and ecological reserves and hiking trails. BC South Coast & East Vancouver Island Coastal Atlas. After kayaking British Columbia's entire rugged coastline, John Kimantas has created the ultimate resource for passionate paddlers.  This detailed collection of maps is designed with the unique needs of kayakers and boaters in mind.  Kimantas provides the location of: Campsites, Anchorages, Ferry Terminals, Killer Whale areas, Intertidal area.  With its portable, water resistant format and up to date information, the BC Coastal Recreation Kayaking and Small Boat Atlas series is the ideal navigation tool.
Nautical Almanac Docks & Destinations - Pacific NW USA and Canada. This latest edition of Docks and Destinations is updated and improved. Its expanded full colour format and layout are designed to provide quick and easy reference to marinas in the Pacific Northwest. It co Exploring the San Juan Islands and Gulf Islands
Nautical Almanac
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The cornerstone for all celestial navigation, listing the celestial bodies used for navigation, a sight reduction table, and other information valuable to the offshore navigator. The content of this edition is identical to the United States Naval Observatory edition. Paradise Cay Publications is the only entity in the United States other than the US Government legally authorized to publish the full contents of the Nautical Almanac. Docks & Destinations - Pacific NW USA and Canada. This latest edition of Docks and Destinations is updated and improved. Its expanded full colour format and layout are designed to provide quick and easy reference to marinas in the Pacific Northwest. It covers Puget Sound, the popular San Juan Islands, the Gulf Islands, Desolation Sound and places along the way between these destinations as well as the Inside Passage to the southern tip of Alaska. Like its companion cruising guide Anchorages and Marine Parks, it returns south by way of the format enabling the reader to see at a glace where they have been and where they are going in relation to other stops. The pages take the mariner from on stop to the next in a successive, geographic progression. Numerous maps and diagrams include clear icons showing the presence of fuel stations and all services for the mariner so that at a glance it is possible to determine what an overnight stay at a marina has to offer. Written by experts, this guide gives you the local knowledge you need to explore these waters with confidence and enthusiasm.  Detailed route and anchorage diagrams, Proven Cruising Routes and over 1200 GPS waypoints.
San Juan Islands Cruising Guide The Broughtons & Vancouver Island - Kelsey Bay to Port Hardy Sailing Guide Book. This colorful guide offers charts, tips and data that will enhance any boater's enjoyment. It features more than 100 informative and charming, hand-drawn shoreline plans of s West Coast of Vancouver Island Sailing Guide Book. Here you will find the best spots along the west coast of Vancouver Island from Cape Scott to Sooke including Bull Harbour, the Bunsby Islands and Barclay Sound, with full-colour scenic photographs that s
Through this new Volume 4 in the Dreamspeaker series, Anne and Laurence focus on our own San Juan Islands in the Pacific Northwest. This book captures all of the favourites in the San Juans along with a few anchorages that you may never have visited. Laurence's artistic harbour illustrations and photography, along with Anne's informative descriptions will make you want to re-visit some places you have visited before, and explore new areas presented in this book. This enchanting island triangle sits perfectly between the US and Canada, allowing boaters to cruise in mainly protected waters while experiencing each island’s fascinating history and charm. The appeal of the San Juans is the short distance between destinations, the ease of provisioning and the choice of sheltered anchorages. Well-maintained marinas, resorts and state parks provide a variety of activities, from hiking and swimming to beachcombing and whale-watching. The Broughtons & Vancouver Island - Kelsey Bay to Port Hardy Sailing Guide Book. This colorful guide offers charts, tips and data that will enhance any boater's enjoyment.  It features more than 100 informative and charming, hand-drawn shoreline plans of selected marinas and small boat anchorages. Part of the Dreamspeaker Series. The colourful, information-packed Dreamspeaker Cruising Guides cover the most significant and accessible cruising areas of the southern inside passage, and have become standard references for British Columbia boaters. This updated edition of Volume 6, The West Coast of Vancouver Island is just as invaluable.
BC Gulf Islands & Vancouver Island Sailing guide. Written in the personal style of a boater's log book, the first volume in the series of Dreamspeaker Cruising Guides includes the Gulf Islands and southeastern Vancouver Island from Sooke to Nanaimo, with Desolation Sound & the Discovery Islands Sailing Guide Book. This cruising guide, the second in the popular Dreamspeaker series, features more than 100 detailed and informative hand drawn shoreline plans and approach waypoints of selected marinas and smal Vancouver, Howe Sound & the Sunshine Coast cruising guide. The Strait of Georgias eastern shoreline incorporates one of the most beautiful cities in the world; surrounded by mountains, Vancouver and its local cruising area extend into the deep waters of
BC Gulf Islands & Vancouver Island Sailing guide. Written in the personal style of a boater's log book, the first volume in the series of Dreamspeaker Cruising Guides includes the Gulf Islands and southeastern Vancouver Island from Sooke to Nanaimo, with the historic capital and Port of Victoria providing a convenient and central base. Intended to complement official hydrographic charts, Dreamspeaker Cruising Guides feature accurate and informative information hand-drawn charts of marinas and sheltered anchorages, ranging from safe all-weather havens to secluded picnic spots and pristine marine parks, often only accessible by water. Desolation Sound & the Discovery Islands Sailing Guide Book. This cruising guide, the second in the popular Dreamspeaker series, features more than 100 detailed and informative hand drawn shoreline plans and approach waypoints of selected marinas and small boat anchorages in the area. Vancouver, Howe Sound & the Sunshine Coast cruising guide. The Strait of Georgia’s eastern shoreline incorporates one of the most beautiful cities in the world; surrounded by mountains, Vancouver and its local cruising area extend into the deep waters of Howe Sound. From Smuggler Cove to Sechelt Inlet and Princess Louisa Marine Park, the delights of the Sunshine Coast lie to the northwest of Gibsons and Sechelt. Pender Harbour and Powell River provide handy urban provisioning, moorage and fuelling stops, while the waters between offer a selection of charming marine parks, protected anchorages and sandy beaches.
This colorful guide, the third volume in the popular Dreamspeaker series on British Columbia's coastal waters, offers charts, tips and data that will enhance any boater's enjoyment. It features more than 100 informative and charming, hand-drawn shoreline plans of selected marinas and small boat anchorages, ranging from safe all-weather havens to secluded picnic spots and marine parks. Intended to compliment official hydrographic charts, they accurately pinpoint both popular and little-known highlights every sailor, power boater or kayaker should know.