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Puerto de San Vicente de la Barquera

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Puerto de San Vicente de la Barquera

Marina in Spain

The San Vicente de la Barquera estuary is located and integrated into the Oyambre Natural Park, with 5,800 ha. Its great ecological and landscape wealth is due to the fact that it encompasses five different units: the cliffs, the beaches (Merón and Oyambre stand out due to their extension and dune systems), the estuaries (San Vicente estuary), the marshes (of Pombo and Rubín) and deciduous forests

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43.38549 N, -4.39778 E
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Manoeuvrability
Fair
Approaches & Channel Marking
Fair
Catamaran Berths
Yes
Dock Type
Floating
Depth at MLW
2 - 3m
Current/Tidal Flow
Beware
Visitor Berths
Yes
Weather
Tue
5AM - 9AM
16 April 2024
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SW 6 knots increasing to NW 11 knots. Gusts up to 17 knots.
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Increasing from 8 to 12°C
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NW 1.9m at 8s period
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UV Index: 0 - Low
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Partly cloudy
Tue
9AM - 1PM
16 April 2024
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NW 8–13 knots.
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12°C
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NW 2.1m at 9s period
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UV Index: 0 - Low
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Cloudy
Tue
1PM - 5PM
16 April 2024
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NW 8–13 knots.
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12°C
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NW 2.3-2.6m at 10s period
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UV Index: 2 - Low
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Cloudy
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