CARTA NV ATLAS ATL3 ATLANTIC ISLANDS / AZORES – MADEIRA – CANARY ISLANDS – CAPE VERDE

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This chart set includes:

  • 6 oversegers (incl. Atlantic Planning Chart)
  • 13 Area Charts
  • 28 Detailed Charts
  • Code for App
  • Digital Charts & Navigation Program
  • Navigation Notes in English
  • Tide Tables
  • Paper Port Plans & Digital
  • Meets legal requirements for up-to-date paper charts on board

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Descripción

Description
Who wants to dare the great adventure of crossing the Atlantic is well equipped with the ATL3. The Atlantic islands – the archipelagos Madeira, Canaries, Azores and Cape Verde – are also described in detail in this atlas. If you want to go there, you may be drawn to the Caribbean. But the chart set is also ideal for trips to or from the previous island groups.

One of the most famous archipelagos are the Spanish Canaries. These are characterized by a diverse landscape, as not every island is the same as the other. For example, Lanzarote is known for its black lava rocks and beaches, while, in turn, Tenerife makes you think of Pico del Teide, the highest mountain in Spain. That can also be admired from the water. Those who appreciate the green will be happy in La Palma, the greenest island of the Canary Islands. Madeira, which lies north of the Canary Islands, is also worth a stopover. The smaller Portuguese archipelago is characterized by its mountainous landscape that even extends to the coast. The Azores further west to the open sea are also known for their diverse landscape, so there is one or more islands appealing to every taste. South of the Canary Islands are the Cape Verde Islands. This independent archipelago is not yet a tourist magnet and is also very varied, which is why a detour there is definitely worthwhile if you have enough time.

Thanks to the clear structure the skipper can quickly find approaches, harbours and anchorages and is informed of important navigational details that also appear in the NV Charts app. The chart series impresses with its optimal scales and balanced sheet cuts.

 

Our recommendation

If you are heading for Europe we recommend ATL1 (towards Spain) or ATL2 (towards Portugal) for onward travel. If you are heading for America we can recommend our atlases for the Caribbean Bahamas Cuba or Florida. We will be happy to advise you on this and if required we can also put together a selection of our cruising guides for the Atlantic islands.

Containing charts and scales

Oversailers

C1 North Atlantic Ocean (folded chart) 1: 7500000 C2 Atlantic Islands (folded chart) 1: 3500000 C3 Canary Islands to Cape Verde 1: 3500000 C4 Madeira to Canary Isl. – Casablanca 1: 1750000 C5 Archipelago of Azores 1: 1100000 C6 Canary Islands 1: 950000 C7 Archipelago of Cape Verde 1: 950000

Area Maps

C8A Azores West – Flores 1: 200000 C8B Azores Southeast – St. Maria 1: 200000 C9 Archipelago of Azores North 1: 200000 C10 Archipelago of Azores Middle 1: 200000 C11 Archipelago of Azores East 1: 200000 C12A Azores – Faial Passage 1: 40000 C12B Archipelago of Madeira West 1: 200000 C13 Archipelago of Madeira East 1: 200000 C14 Madeira – Ensenada de Macchio 1: 30000 C15 Canary Islands Northwest 1: 300000 C16 Canary Islands Southwest 1: 300000 C17 Canary Islands Middle 1: 300000 C18 Canary Islands Northeast 1: 300000 C19 Canary Islands North 1: 300000 C20 Canary I. N – Estrecho de la Bocayna 1: 70000 C21A Selvage Islands 1: 100000 C21B Cape Verde East 1: 400000 C22 Cape Verde South 1: 400000 C23 Cape Verde North 1: 400000

Details

C24A Azores – Faial – Horta 1: 15000 C24B Azores – Pico – Magdalena 1: 15000 C24C Azores – St.Maria – Vila do Porto 1: 15000 C24D Azores – Flores – Lajes 1: 20000 C24E Azores – Graciosa – Praia 1: 20000 C24F Azores – Terceira – Vitoria 1: 15000 C25A Azores – Terceira – Heroismo 1: 20000 C25B Azores – São Jorge – Velas 1: 15000 C25C Azores – Pico – Approach Lajes 1: 20000 C25D Azores – Pico – Lajes 1: 7500 C25E Azores – São Miguel – Rabo de Peixe 1: 10000 C25F Azores – São Miguel – Campo Miguel 1: 15000 C25G Azores – São Miguel – Pta.Delgada 1: 15000 C26A Madeira- Funchal 1: 10000 C26B Madeira- Porto Santo 1: 10000 C26C Canary I.- P. Mogan to Maspalomas 1: 70000 C26D Canary I.- Pta. Rasca 1: 60000 C27A Canary I.- Tenerife – Sta. Cruz 1: 30000 C27B Canary I.- Tenerife – Güímar to Radazul 1: 60000 C27C Canary I.- La Graciosa – Estrecho del Rio 1: 70000 C27D Canary I. – Lanzarote – Arrecife 1: 15000 C27E Canary I. – La Gomera – S. Sebastian 1: 15000 C28A Canary I. – Gran Canaria – Las Palmas 1: 20000 C28B Canary I. – Fuertev. – Rosario to Fuste 1: 70000 C28C Canary I. – La Palma – Sta.Cruz 1: 20000 C28D Canary I. – La Palma – Tazacorte 1: 20000 C28E Canary I. – El Hierro – Estaca 1: 15000 C28F Canary I. – Fuerteventura – Gran Tarajal 1: 8000 C29A Cape Verde – Bõavista – Sal Rei 1: 30000 C29B Cape Verde – Sal – Palmeira 1: 15000 C29C Canary I. – El Hierro – Restinga 1: 20000 C29D Cape Verde – Santiago – Porto Praia 1: 20000 C29E Cape Verde – Sal – Sta. Maria 1: 20000 C29F Cape Verde – S.Vincente – Porto Grande 1: 20000

Legend – General Notes – p.30