Type of seabed
Sand
Rocks
Seaweed
Mud
Reachable by dinghy
Snack
Beach
Water
Dock
3 (1)
Anchor
allowed
Mooring
buoys
Anchor
stern to
Lines
ashore
Protection against wind and swell
: protected
: not protected
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Shane 8
SV Tardis
Type 1
Multihull Oui
Model 1
Length 9.8 m
Beam 0 m
Draft 0 m
Year 1973
Shipyard Autre(s)
Flag --
Shane SV Tardis
04/08/2014

Providence Bay. A beautiful secluded sandy beach anchorage fringed by reefs that unfortunately make it untenable in anything but good weather. For a safer anchorage reasonably navigated at night and protected from moderate to strong southerly conditions, Boat Beach Seal Rocks offers an easier approach and more protection. There is a well marked walking track connecting Providence with Esmeralda Cove where you will find fishing huts, a National Parks hut and an emergency VHF radio.

Providence Bay. A beautiful secluded sandy beach anchorage fringed by reefs that unfortunately make it untenable in anything but good weather. For a safer anchorage reasonably navigated at night and protected from moderate to strong southerly conditions, Boat Beach Seal Rocks offers an easier approach and more protection. There is a well marked walking track connecting Providence with Esmeralda Cove where you will find fishing huts, a National Parks hut and an emergency VHF radio.

Geographical location
32° 36' 44'' S 152° 18' 45'' E
Navigation area :
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