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Old 08-01-2015, 19:14   #1
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South America Pacific coast

We are planning to travel down the Pacific coast of South America.

I'm looking for any information and/or advice about anchorages/marinas in Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru.

Where to buy diesel in these countries.

And any recommendations on agents for clearing into the countries.

So far, I'm looking at stops in:
COLUMBIA Bahia Solano, Utria, Bahia Malaga, Isla Gorgona, Tumaco
ECUADOR Puerto Amistad, La Libertad
PERU Chamboti (?), Callao/Lima

Thanks.

Ann
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Re: South America Pacific coast

From ebay

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CRUISING BETWEEN BUENOS AIRES AND VALPARAISO: A Traveler's Companion Edition (Traveler's Companion Series 2)1 Dec 2014
by Dr. Lew Deitch
Kindle Edition

Sequitur - To Cape Horn in Comfort and Style Paperback 1 Apr 2013
by Michael Walsh (Author)

There is another book covers Patagonia in complete detail down to all anchorages. Can't find reference at present.

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This is the bible

Patagonia & Tierra Del Fuego. Nautical Guide

by Mariolina Rolfo and Giorgio Ardizzi

2nd Ed. 2007

The guide is divided into 2 sections. The first part contains subjects such as yacht preperation, rules of navigating, meteorology, radio frequencies, flora, fauna, geology, history heritage, bibliography. The second part is strictly nautical. It describes more than 400 anchorages, all checked out in detail by the authors. The description of every anchorage is accompanied by a clear plan, with recommendations as to where it is best to anchor as well as other practical tips. Essentially black and white with some magnificent colour plates.

Hb. 720pp 170x240mm
A magnificent addition to the list of cruising guides for the Southern hemisphere. This pilot guide covers 2,400 miles of the Chilean and Argentine coasts. Stretching from Valdivia, Chile to Mar Del Plata, Argentina including Isla de los Estados and Cabos de Hornos. The guide includes 407 sketch charts. Also several chapters covering essential information when cruising these waters. by Mariolina Rolfo & Giorgio Ardrizzi
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