Europe

Firth of Clyde to Islay

This part of Scotland is an area of outstanding natural beauty. which can be appreciated from the chart’s complex coastline. The Firth of Clyde encompasses many islands and peninsulas. It encloses the largest and deepest coastal waters in the British Isles, sheltered...

Firth of Forth Brushed Silver Frame

The Firth of Forth is the estuary of several rivers including the River Forth. It meets the North Sea with Fife on the north coast and Lothian on the south. It is a sheltered arm of the North Sea and the estuary of the River Forth. From the tidal limit at Stirling to...

Firth of forth Rosneath

Rosneath (Ros Neimhidh in Gaelic) is a village in Argyll and Bute, Scotland. It sits on the western shore of the Gare Loch, 3 km northwest of the tip of the Rosneath Peninsula. It is about 4 km by road from the village of Kilcreggan, which is sited on the southern...

Guernsey Herm & Sark Colour

The islands are situated in the English Channel. Guernsey is the largest of the three and is seen on the left of the chart. There is a large deepwater harbour at St Peter Port, which is the capital of Guernsey as well as the main port. It lies half-way along the east...

Helford River

The Helford River opens between St Anthony-in-Meneage on the south and Mawnan on the northern shore. It is a flooded river valley and is fed by a number of small streams and are seven creeks on the Helford; Ponsontuel Creek, Mawgan Creek, Polpenwith Creek, Polwheveral...

Goodwin Sands Dover

Goodwin Sands, line of shoals trending northeast to southwest for 16 km at the entrance to the Strait of Dover from the North Sea and lying about 10 km off the Kent coast of England. The shifting sands form shelter for the anchorage of The Downs and are partly exposed...

Helford River ORIGINS

This chart belongs to our Origins range. It features Helford River, it opens between St Anthony-in-Meneage on the south and Mawnan on the northern shore. It is a flooded river valley and is fed by a number of small streams and are seven creeks on the Helford;...

The Isle Of Wight ORIGINS

This chart belongs to our Origins range. It features The Isle Of Wight where is probably the most recognisable island shape in the world, probably because of its popularity as a recreational area, being so close to London. The Solent, with some treacherous areas like...