This chart features the Gulf of Finland in Baltic Sea. It also covers the coastlines of Sweden, Finland and Estonia.

Gulf of Finland, easternmost arm of the Baltic Sea, between Finland (north) and Russia and Estonia (east and south). Covering an area of 30,000 square km, the gulf extends for 400 km from east to west but only 19 to 130 km from north to south. It has a maximum depth of 115 metres at its western end. Of low salinity (six parts per thousand), the gulf freezes over for three to five months in winter. It receives the Neva and Narva rivers and the Saimaa Canal. Included within the gulf are the islands of Gogland (Sur-sari, or Högland), Lavansari (Moshchnyy), and Kotlin (Kronshtadt). The gulf is an important shipping route for its main ports: Porkkala, Helsinki, and Kotka in Finland; Vyborg, St. Petersburg, and Kronshtadt in Russia; and Tallinn in Estonia.

The Baltic Sea (including the Gulf of Bothnia and the Gulf of Finland) covers an area of 377,000 km2 making it somewhat larger than Germany or slightly smaller than the US state of Montana. There are nine countries with a shoreline at the Baltic Sea: Denmark, Germany, Poland, Russia (at the Gulf of Finland, and the Russian exclave of Kaliningrad Oblast), Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Finland, and Sweden. the shallow Gulf of Finland between Finland and Estonia is the easternmost.

 

Specification: Location: Baltic sea
Chart: Modan Colour, UKHO
Frame: Matt White
Size: 600*500mm
Double Surround Mount
Backing mount: Vinyl Carbon
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