Based on the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration charts, this companion to the Cruising Guide to Western Florida
contains color navigational charts pertaining to the area. Not only does it give cruisers information on where to drop anchor, but also what to do once they abandon their sea legs. The charts indicate the nearest restaurants, accommodations, historic sites, anchorages, marinas, and fueling stations—even in strange ports of call.
Covering ports from Carabelle to Flamingo, the nautical maps feature every destination listed in the companion guidebook, Cruising Guide to Western Florida. With these two thorough references on hand, cruisers will be well informed in any circumstance.
Claiborne Young’s guides have become the gold standard of cruising guides. The author and his navigator wife, Karen, are avid, experienced boaters who have logged countless hours exploring coastal Florida to ensure the accuracy of their descriptions and recommendations.
About the Author
Young is also the author of Cruising Guide to Western Florida, Cruising Guide to Eastern Florida, Cruising Guide to the Northern Gulf Coast: Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Power Cruising: The Complete Guide to Selecting, Outfitting, and Maintaining Your Power Boat. Additionally, he is the editor of Cruising Guide to New York Waterways and Lake Champlain, all published by Pelican.
COASTAL CHARTS FOR CRUISING GUIDE TO WESTERN FLORIDA
By Claiborne S. Young
SPORTS & RECREATION / Boating
TRAVEL / United States / South / South Atlantic
560 pp. 12 x 17
79 pages of color charts
ISBN: 9781565541542 sp