Carlingford Lough is a glacial fjord that forms part of the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic. On its extreme interior angle it is fed by the Newry River. The area has been a popular tourist destination since Victorian times. The main towns of note on the Lough are Omeath, Carlingford and Greenore on the south shore, Warrenpoint, Rostrevor and Killowen are on the north shore. The sea entrance to the lough is marked by the Hawlbowline Lighthouse. Geographically, the lough lies about halfway between Dublin and Belfast.

This classic black and white chart gives a good visual representation of the mountainous terrain of the area. Of course Carlingford Lough is where “the mountains of Mourne sweep down to the sea”. The surround lighting gives a soft golden glow when illuminated. The chart has a black mount and frame combination.


  • Location: Carlingford Lough
  • Chart: Admiralty, UKHO, classic B&W
  • Surround lighting: Yes
  • Frame: Black, 600*500mm