Estonian Cruising Guide
By Hillar Kukk and Jaano Martin Ots
Estonia sea area stretches as far North as 60 degrees latitude. Even for a seasoned blue-watser sailor this is very close to the North Pole and sounds rather extreme.
Despaite the high latitude, Estonian waters can offer at least five months of good sailing conditions every year, and in the middle of summer a long and refreshing swim in the brackish seawater.
You will find uncrowded, sometimes even very lonely small harbours, ininhibited small islands, but also the temper of harbour towns. The Baltic storm can be as challenging as rounding and famous capes, but at the same time you will still be so close to the friendly and sometimes a little shy coastal Estonians.,
Contents - p2 - 48 - General information about Etonia, Sailing Conditions, Charts, Communications, Pilotage, Search and Rescue, Entry Regulations and Ports, Customs
p 50 - 88 - Gulf of Finland - details of 18 marinas, anchorages, ports etc. with chartlets, aerial photos and information
p 90 - 104 - West Estonia - details of 7 marinas, anchorages and ports etc.
p 105 - 116 Hiiurnaa - details of 6 marinas, ports anchorages etc
p118 - 146 Saaremaa details of 14 marinas, anchorages, ports etc
p147 - 160 Gulf of Riga - details of 7 marinas, ports, anchorages etc.
Spiral bound. 161pp. Full colour chartlets and photos 160mm x 245mm