Ireland East

Skerries to Bray

Skerries to Bray

This lovely black and white 3D chart features Dublin’s coast from Skerries as far as Bray Head, Co. Wicklow. Iconic Dublin landmarks such as Howth Head, the Dublin docklands and Dun Laoghaire’s east and west piers are all shown. Dublin city is shown central along the...
Rodgerstown Inlet

Rogerstown Inlet, Co. Dublin

Rogerstown Estuary is situated just north of the Donabate-Portrane peninsula, and south of Rush, on Ireland’s east coast about 25 km (16 mi) north of Dublin. The estuary is made up of saltwater marshes, raised salt marsh, wet meadows and riverine shallows and...

Malahide, Co. Dublin

The chart used for this commission was taken from the Admiralty archives. It is a classic black and white chart. Its title indicates that it was surveyed by Captain W.F. Maxwell of the Royal Navy in 1906. At that time Malahide had a population of less than 100. The...

Dundalk Bay

This chart features Dundalk Bay and lower Carlingford Lough on the east coast of Ireland. Dundalk town can be seen on the top left corner of the chart. Dundalk Bay is a large exposed estuary. The inner bay is shallow, sandy and intertidal, though it slopes into a...

Dun Laoghaire

Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin has a proud maritime tradition. Its focal point is its harbour with the east and west piers being iconic features in Dublin Bay and enjoyed by generations. There is a long-held tradition in Dublin to walk the promenade in Dun Laoghaire, and...
Dublin (east coast)

Dublin (east coast)

The Dublin coastline is attractively portrayed in this 3D chart with the city as its central focal point. Lambay Island sits on the northern extremity of the chart. It lies 4km offshore from the headland at Portrane and is the easternmost point in the state. Moving...
Drogheda to Skerries

Drogheda to Skerries

There is approx 20km of mostly straight coastline between Skerries, Co. Dublin and the River Boyne estuary. Drogheda town is the last bridging point on the River Boyne before it enters the Irish Sea. It is a medieval town and is the gateway to the world famous Boyne...

Carlingford Lough

Carlingford Lough is a glacial fjord that forms part of the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic. On its northern shore is Co. Down and on its southern shore is Co. Louth. At its extreme interior angle it is fed by the Newry River. The area has been a...