by Ken Endean
Channel Havens is a cruising guide with a difference. Recognising that many of us would like to sail away from the crowd, Ken Endean introduces the reader to beautiful, unfrequented places within the Western English Channel, from the Solent to the West Country, Channel Islands and Northern France. Here are sandy bays, coves, reef anchorages and the upper reaches of river estuaries - places neglected by most pilot books - where one can experience the sense of discovery and adventure that is more usually associated with faraway cruising. Anyone who is attracted by the dramatic scenery of unspoilt coastal waters will treasure this guide from an experienced sailors who has gone before.
|Publication date:||20th April 2005|
|Publisher:||Adlard Coles Nautical an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing PLC|
Ken Endean, a sailing instructor at the age of 20, spent the next 34 years in the construction industry but also managed to cruise extensively in home waters between Scotland and Biscay. He writes regularly for the yachting press.More About Ken Endean