The Black Sea

Chart ID: IB0191


Product number: 22313


Based on previously published voyage reports, this guide provides sailing instructions for all countries around the Black Sea.

Packed with useful background information and supported by the RCCPF's access to the latest and often changing information, this is an essential companion for anyone venturing north from the Bosphorus.


Port Information

  • Harbour plans & aerial photos
  • Country specific events
  • Information about harbour facilities
  • Anchor bays also included
  • Useful contact detail
  • Regulations taxes and laws


  • Turkey
  • Georgia
  • Bulgaria
  • Romania
  • Ukraine
  • Russiain 

English language

Product info:

Producer: Imray
Author: Barker and Borre
Details: Paperback, A 4
Edition: 1st edition, 2012
ISBN: 9781846234125
Manufacturer No.: IB0191


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