The river Liffey forms the southern limit of this 3D chart with Dublin City edging off the bottom left corner. Howth features prominently and the north Dublin coast as far as Portrane. Off-shore is Lambay Island lying 4 kilometres out in the Irish Sea.
Lambay is the largest island off the east coast of Ireland and is about 2.5 square kilometres in size. There are steep cliffs on the northern, eastern, and southern sides of the island, with a more low-lying western shore.
The Hill of Howth is a dominant feature on this chart. Howth Head forms the northern boundary of Dublin Bay. The island of Ireland’s Eye, which is a Special Area of Conservation, lies about a kilometre north of Howth harbour.
Within the Bay lies the city of Dublin in the bottom left corner. The River Liffey, the Grand Canal and the docklands are all shown. Between the city and Howth lie Bull Island.
The chart is set on a black background and is finished with a charcoal mount and a black frame.
- Location: Dublin City to Howth, Ireland
- Chart: Admiralty, UKHO, classic B&W
- Surround lighting: N.A.
- Frame: Black, 500*400mm