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Inside Passage Route Planning Map, Northern British Columbia & Southeast Alaska

ALA267
Fine Edge Nautical Publishing
MapLink
2006
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0938665898
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This gloriously colored, accordian-fold map at a scale of 1:634,000 covers the northern portion of the Inside Passage from the Queen Charlotte Islands, Bella Bella and Shearwater north to southeast Alaska, including Glacier Bay. With 4,000 place names, alphabetically indexed, descriptions include nautical chart numbers, and GPS waypoints. Also shown are hundreds of unique scenic and sheltered routes, as well as the more direct express routes. Two Sides. 60x24 inches.

ISBN: 9780938665892
$19.95
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