WV7153 : Les Écréhous

Les Ãcréhous
Les Écréhous
Viewed with a long lens from St Catherine's.

Les Écréhous are a group of islands and rocks situated six miles off Jersey and eight miles off France. They form part of the Bailiwick of Jersey and are administratively part of the Parish of St Martin. All but the three largest are submerged at high tide. There are no permanent residents on the islands and there is no fresh water there. Due to erosion, they are now much smaller than they may have been within historic times. Maître'Île is the largest of the islets and measures approximately 300 metres in length. There are a small number of fishermen's huts, some used as holiday residences, on the largest islets, and one official building, a customs house, on La Marmotchiéthe.
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Wednesday, 6 October, 2010   (more nearby)
Friday, 17 February, 2012
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MGRS: geotagged! WV 7150 5323 [10m precision]
WGS84: 49:13.6606N 2:1.0779W
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MGRS: geotagged! WV 7120 5295
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Northeast (about 45 degrees)
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