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Tasmanian Anchorage Guide (5th Edition) (2012)

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The Tasmanian Anchorage Guide (TAG for short) is published by the Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania to enable passage planning and to provide details of possible shelter usable by small craft cruising on the Tasmanian coast. The information is provided as a guide only and is intended for use in conjunction with the Australian Pilot, Australian charts and other cruising publications.

The TAG was originally prepared for participants in the Van Diemen's Land Circumnavigation cruises that are conducted by the Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania every two or three years. It is still used for this purpose.

Many individuals have contributed to the TAG. It combines several hundred person/years of knowledge and experience of cruising the Tasmanian coast. It continues to be a cooperative work-in-progress and is subject to continuous improvement as new information or a new need arises. Comments and criticisms are welcome - especially if they can be used to enhance the Guide to make it more useful. Although every effort has been made to check the accuracy of the details, the RYCT, as well as TAG editors and authors, do not imply or accept any responsibility for the accuracy, authenticity or validity of the TAG's contents.

The TAG has 7 sections and a detailed index that cover the Tasmanian coast starting from Hobart and traversing the coast in an anticlockwise direction - in the same direction as the Van Diemens Land Circumnavigation cruises. Mud-maps of most anchorages and cruising areas are included adjacent to their descriptions.

Product Overview
Product NoCMS0280515
Weight (g)600 g
AuthorN/A
PublisherRoyal Yacht Club of Tasmania
Edition5th Edition
Edition DateNov-12
Pages146
Size215 x 297 x 15mm
FormatSpiralbound
ISBN9780646591537
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

The Tasmanian Anchorage Guide (TAG for short) is published by the Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania to enable passage planning and to provide details of possible shelter usable by small craft cruising on the Tasmanian coast. The information is provided as a guide only and is intended for use in conjunction with the Australian Pilot, Australian charts and other cruising publications.

The TAG was originally prepared for participants in the Van Diemen's Land Circumnavigation cruises that are conducted by the Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania every two or three years. It is still used for this purpose.

Many individuals have contributed to the TAG. It combines several hundred person/years of knowledge and experience of cruising the Tasmanian coast. It continues to be a cooperative work-in-progress and is subject to continuous improvement as new information or a new need arises. Comments and criticisms are welcome - especially if they can be used to enhance the Guide to make it more useful. Although every effort has been made to check the accuracy of the details, the RYCT, as well as TAG editors and authors, do not imply or accept any responsibility for the accuracy, authenticity or validity of the TAG's contents.

The TAG has 7 sections and a detailed index that cover the Tasmanian coast starting from Hobart and traversing the coast in an anticlockwise direction - in the same direction as the Van Diemens Land Circumnavigation cruises. Mud-maps of most anchorages and cruising areas are included adjacent to their descriptions.

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