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Cruising Guide to the Philippines - Webb - 2009

Year: 2009
Language: english
Author: Conant M. Webb
Genre: Guide
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 162
Description: The Philippines is the second largest archipelago in the world after Indonesia, with around 7,000 islands. Relatively few yachts cruise here, but there seem to be more every year. In most areas it is still rare to run across another yacht. There are pristine coral reefs, turquoise bays and snug anchorages, as well as more metropolitan delights. The Filipino people are very friendly and sometimes embarrassingly hospitable. Their culture is a unique mixture of indigenous, Spanish, Asian and American. Philippine charts are inexpensive and reasonably good. English is widely (although not universally) spoken. The cost of living is very reasonable.
This book is intended to meet the particular needs of the cruising yachtsman with a boat in the 10-20 meter range. It supplements (but is not intended to replace) conventional navigational materials, a discussion of which can be found below on page 16.
I have tried to make this book accurate, but responsibility for the safety of your vessel and its crew must remain yours alone.





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