Scotland

Colonsay

The island of Colonsay lies in the Hebrides off the west coast of Scotland. 24 km to the north lies the island of Mull; the eastern and southern horizons are bounded by the islands of Jura and Islay; and to the south west, just visible from a high point on a clear...

East Loch Tarbert

East Loch Tarbert, Argyll is a small sea loch on the eastern side of the Kintyre peninsula in Scotland. It is a part of the much larger Loch Fyne. The village of Tarbert lies along the shores of the loch, which is separated from West Loch Tarbert by an isthmus only...

Aberdeen

Aberdeen is a port city in northeast Scotland, It is the third most populous city in Scotland. On the coast, Aberdeen has a long sand beach between the two rivers, the Dee and the Don, which turns into high sand dunes north of the Don stretching as far as Fraserburgh;...

Carna Loch Sunart

This chart belongs to our Origins range. It features Carna lies wedged across the mouth of Loch Teacuis in the middle of Loch Sunart, forming two narrow kyles which provide some of the trickiest rock-dodging for yachtsmen anywhere on the west coast. Loch Sunart is a...

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...

Loch Craignish

Loch Craignish lies between Oban and the Crinan Canal.Its opens into the Sound of Jura and provides a safe anchorage for small craft. Several islands lie within the loch, the largest being Eilean Rìgh, Eilean Mhic Chrion and Island Macaskin. Other notable islands in...

Loch Nevis & Mallaig

This is an area of rugged, mountainous beauty. It is sparsely populated and is a popular touring destination. Loch Nevis is a sea loch in Lochaber on the west coast of Scotland. It runs inland from the Sound of Sleat, and is bounded by the peninsula of Knoydart to the...