This chart features the upper section of Cork Harbour, Monstown and Cobh. Monkstown is situated on the west bank of the River Lee, with Great Island on the opposite side. This part of the river is served by the Glenbrook to Carrigaloe cross-river car and passenger ferry. It is a very popular service as it saves motorists a road trip of up to 30 minutes to get from one side of the harbour to the other.

Cork Harbour claims to be the second largest natural harbour in the world by navigational area, after Port Jackson, Sydney. The harbour has been a working port, and a strategic defensive hub, for centuries, and is one of Ireland’s major employment hubs. The local major industries include: pharmaceuticals, energy generation, shipping and refining.

Spike Island is in Cork’s natural harbour just 15 minutes ferry ride from the beautiful heritage town of Cobh. It was used as an Island prison, fortress, monastery and home, you can explore with prison cells, deep tunnels, island walks and multiple museums. The island can access by ferry from Kennedy pier, Cobh.

The piece is finished in a black gloss frame with a white mount on blue background.

 

Specification: Location: Cobh, Monkstown, Spike, Ireland
Chart: Modern Colour UKHO
Frame: Black Gloss
Size: 600*500mm
Double Surround Mount
Backing mount: Vinyl carbon blue
Surround lighting – LED 12V DC with Mains Interchangeable UK, Euro & US Plugtop

COMMISSION OPTIONS : Alternative options : Larger size, Colour modern charts. Framing options to suit all settings. Surround lighting with carbon backing. Design to match specific customer requirements.

Bobby Nash developed the Latitude Kinsale brand to be synonymous with quality, innovation and delivering excellence to any location in the world. The 3D chart’s  are hand made to commission with care and attention to detail and to exacting standards gained from 20 years of experience. All materials used to create the 3D chart are paper based, acid free, age resistant, conservation quality, designed to protect the chart and achieve the highest levels of presentation for framing.

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