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Sea depth map tenerife: Puerto de Santa Cruz de Tenerife (Marine Chart : ES_ES506120)

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Puerto de Santa Cruz de Tenerife (Marine Chart : ES_ES506120)

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Puerto de Santa Cruz de Tenerife marine chart is included in Spain Marine Charts nautical charts folio. It is available as part of iBoating : Spain Marine & Fishing App (now supported on multiple platforms including Android, iPhone/iPad, MacBook, and Windows(tablet and phone)/PC based chartplotter. ).  

 When you purchase our Nautical Charts App,  you get all the great marine chart app features like fishing spots, along with Puerto de Santa Cruz de Tenerife marine chart. The Marine Navigation App provides advanced features of a Marine Chartplotter including adjusting water level offset and custom depth shading. Fishing spots and depth contours layers are available in most Lake maps. Nautical navigation features include advanced instrumentation to gather wind speed direction, water temperature, water depth, and accurate GPS with AIS receivers(using NMEA over TCP/UDP). Autopilot support can be enabled during ‘Goto WayPoint’ and ‘Route Assistance’. Now Automatic Slip to Slip Boat routing based Boat’s Draft (draught) is available for water mapped by this chart.


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Puerto de Santa Cruz de Tenerife Stats

Title Puerto de Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Scale 1:12000
Min Longitude -16.27
Min Latitude 28.43
Max Longitude -16.14
Max Latitude 28.51
Edition Label 1
Edition Label 2
Edition Label 3
Id ES_ES506120
Country Spain
Projection Mercator
* some Stats may include nearby/connecting waterbodies
Marine Wind Meteogram for Lake/Chart
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Date/Time Speed * Dir *
12/12 Mon 06:00PM 1. 1 12.93
12/12 Mon 09:00PM 2.06 351.44
12/13 Tue 12:00AM 2.26 353.97
12/13 Tue 03:00AM 5.59 356.37
12/13 Tue 06:00AM 2.7 90.98
12/13 Tue 09:00AM 3.82 350.54
12/13 Tue 12:00PM 2.89 40.3
12/13 Tue 03:00PM 1.16 339.77
12/13 Tue 06:00PM 2.53 332.79
12/13 Tue 09:00PM 0.59 100.42
12/14 Wed 12:00AM 0.77 187.15
12/14 Wed 03:00AM 1.19 120.16
12/14 Wed 06:00AM 2.22 86.94
12/14 Wed 09:00AM 2.33 98.48
12/14 Wed 12:00PM 5.95 104.67
12/14 Wed 03:00PM 7.81 125.58
12/14 Wed 06:00PM 7.2 123. 79
12/14 Wed 09:00PM 7.83 129.22
12/15 Thu 12:00AM 7.1 124.24
12/15 Thu 03:00AM 6.6 119.25
12/15 Thu 06:00AM 5.93 119.74
12/15 Thu 09:00AM 5.18 116.74
12/15 Thu 12:00PM 5.12 127.41
12/15 Thu 03:00PM 5.27 133.02
12/15 Thu 06:00PM 5.44 132.86
12/15 Thu 09:00PM 5.44 131.77
12/16 Fri 12:00AM 4.4 115.22
12/16 Fri 03:00AM 3.95 109.88
12/16 Fri 06:00AM 4.91 112.02
12/16 Fri 09:00AM 4.15 118.43
12/16 Fri 12:00PM 4.97 147.42
12/16 Fri 03:00PM 4.31 149.67
* : UTC Timezone, Speed in meters per sec, and True Direction

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Cartography — City Museum of Local Lore Polyarny city

The Cartography collection includes 11 items. The smallest collection in the funds of our museum. It includes maps, diagrams, drawings, plans and atlases.

The map of the depths of the fishing area of ​​Murman is of the greatest interest; 1905 (printed in 1909) The head of the Murmansk scientific and fishing expedition L. Breitfuss and the captain of the 1st category A. Smirnov compiled a map. The map was compiled based on the results of measurements of a scientific and fishing expedition in 1898-1905, as well as on the basis of maps that already existed by 1905. Scale – 1:30 (nautical miles), 1:50 (versts). T. Eltishin drew the map. The depths and coastline of Murman from Norway to Nokuev Island are indicated in detail. The land is shaded in gray, the coastline and the names of coastal cities and towns are in black. The map covers the area from 30° to 39° E, and from 68°20′ to 70’50° N. The card was purchased by G. T. Lagunova during a business trip to Arkhangelsk and donated to the museum.

Another and no less useful is the Ecology of Novaya Zemlya Region. Map on a scale of 1:2,000,000 (20 km in 1 cm). The map shows an area from 76˚ to 68˚ north latitude, and from 44˚ to 68˚ east longitude. The map shows the Novaya Zemlya archipelago, the islands of Kolguev, Dolgiy, Vaigach, part of the mainland to the east of Vaigach and the surrounding Barents and Kara Seas. On the map, red drawings-icons indicate areas where atomic explosions and nuclear waste disposal sites were carried out. Green drawings-icons indicate the habitats of various animals (polar bears, walruses, seals, deer), birds, fish. Also in red are gas fields in the sea, military bases and warehouses. The inscriptions are in English.

Map “Levels and main directions of radionuclide transfer in the Barents and Kara Seas”. The map shows an area from 66˚ to 82˚ north latitude, and from 10˚ to 110˚ east longitude. The map shows the archipelagos of Svalbard, Franz Josef Land, Novaya Zemlya, and Severnaya Zemlya, islands, the northern part of the mainland from Scandinavia to the Taimyr Peninsula. On the map, red drawings-icons indicate areas in which nuclear explosions and nuclear waste disposal sites were carried out. Also, the directions of warm currents are marked in red, and the directions of cold currents are marked in blue. The directions of transfer of radionuclides and the content of radionuclides in bottom sediments, in water, in lichens, in soil and in fish are also indicated. Both maps were published at 1990s They were kept in the personal archive of Aleksey Evgenievich Suzyumov. They were sent as a gift to the museum by postal parcel.

Plan of Ekaterininskaya harbor in 1823 with photographs of the city of Polyarny and photographs of Wrangel F.P., Toll E.K., Kolchak A.V., Rusanova V.A., Sedova G.Ya., Brusilova G.A. and Golovko A.G. Each of these personalities is familiar to us and known to all visitors to our museum. The plan was presented by the Deputy Commander of the Kola Red Banner Flotilla for educational work, Captain 1st Rank Yurchenko M.V. museum in honor of the anniversary.

In the funds of our museum you can get acquainted with fragments of the Mercator map of the Northern Ocean from the islands of Tronzund to the White Sea. Composed by Major General Golenishchev-Kutuzov L.I. 1799. Inserts of various maps depicting, among other things, Ekaterininskaya Harbor, Kola Bay, Pala Bay, Kildin Island, Bolshoi, Sredny and Maly Deer Islands, etc. (copy of the Russian State Administration of the Navy f. 1331, op. 1, file 38, l. 1) 2 sheets (I – 38 x 29 cm; II – 29.5 x 38 cm). And with fragments of the “Plan of the Ekaterininskaya harbor with the bay of Pala, Kisla and Goryachinskaya.” 1896 d. Copy 1999 I Fragment with the name of the map; II. The plan of the location of buildings in the Ekaterininskaya harbor according to the shooting of Lieutenant Zhdanko. 1894 (copy of the RGA of the Navy f. 1331, op. 6., d. 131, l. 1).

We also have copies of the drawings of the hospital building and museum, a hospital with 50 beds in the city of Polyarny, the city of Polyarny itself and some streets, for example, st. Soviet, st. Sivko and others. All drawings are copies from the GMPI.

Tenerife hosts a carnival every year. This is how it happens – Meduza

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Every year in Tenerife (this is an island of the Canary archipelago, which belongs to Spain), a carnival takes place in the city of Santa Cruz. It is often called the largest in the Northern Hemisphere, and the key moments of the holiday are broadcast live on the main Spanish TV channels. In 2019Carnival will take place from February 27th to March 10th. Together with the Tenerife Tourism Office, we show and tell what usually happens there.

Carnival in Tenerife has been held since the 16th century

Carnivals in Europe usually take place before Lent. There are two versions of the origin of the word “carnival”. The first is from the Latin carrus navalis, that is, “a ship with wheels.” We are talking about a ritual cart, on which the Romans carried pagan idols of fertility, such as the god Bacchus, on holidays. According to another version, the word comes from the Late Latin carne – “meat” and vale – “goodbye”. The phrase marked the beginning of fasting. This tradition also survived the Middle Ages, when priests and monarchs tried to eradicate the festivities. Carnival appeared in Tenerife in the 16th century with the arrival of the Spaniards and the Portuguese, for whom the island became an important transit point on the way to the New World and the American colonies.

Neither war nor dictatorship prevented the celebration.

During the Spanish Civil War (1936–1939) and the subsequent dictatorship, the carnival turned from a large-scale street procession into a family holiday. Local residents held concerts and dances within the walls of their homes. But after 1961, the carnival resumed, although under a different name – “Winter Holidays”. With the advent of democracy in Spain, the carnival again became a popular folk festival, and in 1980 received the status of a holiday of national tourist importance.

First of all, the queen is chosen

The main character of the carnival is the queen, she is chosen in advance. Applicants appear before the jury in magnificent costumes, which sometimes weigh several hundred kilograms and cost tens of thousands of euros. Candidates are evaluated by representatives of local authorities and invited celebrities.

Since 1975, the carnival queen has been chosen among children, and since 1984 among the elderly. Are all queens chosen? You can start the carnival itself!

The Carnival begins with a Cavalcade Announcement

The Queen is introduced to the public during a large-scale parade that passes through the streets of Santa Cruz – it is called the ‘Announcement Cavalcade’. On this day, hundreds of thousands of people dress up in inventive costumes and join the procession behind the queen and her entourage. The cavalcade is attended by musical groups, dancers and winners of competitions for the best individual and collective costume.

Schoolchildren also traditionally put on carnival costumes on this day and go to school in this condition. In many schools, classes end early so that children can take part in the festivities.

Laugh lovers go to the murgas competition

Another important event of the carnival is the murgas competition. This is the name of musical and theater groups that perform something like ditties. The main feature of this genre is the presence of sharp satire based on socio-political events. Even if you don’t know Spanish, it will be interesting to watch Murgas: this is a colorful spectacle – each group has its own style, and they prepare for performances for several months.

Popeye the Sailor, Fidel Castro and Aquaman are also held in high esteem here

Carnival in Tenerife is not only about Spanish culture. The classic characters that flicker in the parade every year come from the world’s pop culture, and you will definitely recognize them. For example, there will definitely be Fidel Castro, Popeye the sailor, and many Star Wars characters at the carnival. Considering that the theme of the carnival this year is “Deep Sea”, we can predict the appearance of Aquaman.

The end of the carnival is not the end yet

Formally, the carnival ends with a grand parade – this year it will be held on March 5th. A huge dancing procession consisting of themed mobile platforms, dozens of orchestras and, of course, ordinary spectators will move along the streets of Santa Cruz to the music. The procession will gradually grow into one big party that will last until the morning. If you can’t get to the parade on March 5, then you can stop by Santa Cruz for the daytime carnival 3 and 9Martha. Families with children will attend these days. After that, the official carnival is over, but it’s too early to leave.

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The sardine is buried after the big parade

The day after the big parade, the sardine is buried. A huge fish made of papier-mâché will be carried along the streets of Santa Cruz by carnival participants dressed as priests and nuns. In the main square, the testament of the sardine will be read aloud, usually in a humorous sense, after which the fish will be set on fire to the accompaniment of fireworks. The burial of the sardine symbolizes the end of festival events and the beginning of Lent.

You can get to Tenerife by plane

Direct flights to Tenerife fly from Moscow, and with transfers to the island it is easy to get from Russian regions. The capital of the island, Santa Cruz, has hotels for every budget, but closer to the carnival, the number of options is drastically reduced.