Reeds Nautical Almanac
is the indispensable trusted annual compendium of navigational data for yachtsmen and motorboaters, and provides all the information required to navigate Atlantic coastal waters around the whole of the UK, Ireland, Channel Islands and the entire European coastline from the tip of Denmark right down to Gibraltar, Northern Morocco and the Azores.
The 2014 edition continues the Almanac's tradition of year on year improvement and meticulous presentation of all the data required for safe navigation. Now with an improved layout for easier reference and with over 45,000 annual changes, it is regarded as the bible of almanacs for anyone going to sea.
The 2013 edition is updated throughout, containing over 45,000 changes, and includes a free Reeds Marina Guide.
The digital version includes: live weather from the Met Office for up to 72 hours ahead, a helpful route planner, a printing facility and much more.
'There are some things I would not go to sea without - Reeds is one of them' Sir Chay Blyth
'The big, bold, extravagantly comprehensive king of Almanacs' Yachting World
'The bible of almanacs' Classic Boat New Features for Reeds 2014 edition: Coverage which is being revised/improved:-
· Major revision of Cowes to reflect the proposed construction of the wave break / new marina.
· Revision of Thames Estuary to reflect new wind farms and the introduction of the new Sunk traffic control scheme in preparation for the Thames Gateway port development.
· Improved coverage of Burnham.
· New marina facilities at Seaham
· Complete revision of Menai Straits and associated passage information.
· Expansion of Cork to reflect its importance and inclusion of new Greystones Marina.
· Review of Carlingford Lough.
· New Atlantic Islands area to include new coverage of the Madeira Archipelago and expanded coverage of the Azores.
· Improved coverage in northern Denmark.
· 6 new marinas in Netherlands; Belgium and Morocco.
· Amendments to Communications Safety and Weather chapters reflecting substantial changes being made to HM Coastguard operations.
· First Aid chapters updated.
· Harbour Facilities now represented by universal symbols instead of abbreviations for ease of use.