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December 3, 2013 – 7:05 pm | 5,613 Comments

Recent Reviews for A Cruising Guide to Cuba

A Cruising Guide to Cuba by Amaia Agirre and Frank Virgintino covers everything a cruiser needs to know to explore the Caribbean’s largest island by boat. Marinas, anchorages, …

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A Cruising Guide to Cuba is here!

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A Cruising Guide to Cuba

from Free Cruising Guides



A Cruising Guide to Cuba now available

at FreeCruisingGuides.com

August 7, 2013:  Free Cruising Guides is pleased to announce that the first complete cruising guide to Cuba to be published in more than a decade is available atwww.FreeCruisingGuides.com completely free and without registration as a downloadable PDF. It will also be available at fine Ebook sellers the first week of September in Ebook format with interactive table of contents.

The guide is more than 500 pages and covers the entirety of Cuba. The authors, Amaia Agirre and Frank Virgintino, have created a comprehensive work that should accompany anyone who wants to cruise Cuba. Complete with harbor by harbor and anchorage by anchorage coverage of the entire country, A Cruising Guide to Cubapromises to be a first among guides and contains an annotated bibliography for those who want to further explore the topics that arose during the more than 2 years and thousands of hours of time that it took to develop A Cruising Guide to Cuba.

The complexity of cruising the intricate and stunning archipelagos off the north and south coasts of Cuba as well as the possibilities offered by many of the numerous pocket bays that punctuate the Cuban coastline behind world class reefs is addressed with detailed waypoints and course headings. While this information in no way substitutes for the navigational responsibility of captains, it does provide a baseline for planning a cruise to explore the waters of this fascinating country.

The authors do not just leave readers at the dock, but provide commentary and photos to introduce readers to the villages, towns, and landscapes they can encounter within walking or bici-taxi distance of their boat, or in onshore excursions by car or bus, in the course of a Cuban cruising adventure.

No one works harder than Free Cruising Guides to bring the best of guides to the marketplace for cruising boats and to bring them there at no cost to the user. For readers who prefer eBook format, A Cruising Guide to Cuba will be available next month at your favorite eBookstore.


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 For further information, contact catherine@freecruisingguides.com


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