Land

Moray Firth

Moray Firth, Scotland

The Moray Firth is a triangular inlet (or firth) of the North Sea, north and east of Inverness, which is in the Highland council area of the north of Scotland. It is the largest firth in Scotland. The firth has more than 800 kilometres (about 500 miles) of coastline,...

Mersea Island to Foulness, Essex

This area on the North Sea coast consists of large tidal mud-flats and salt marshes. It is a wetland of international importance and provides habitats for a large variety of birds. Mersea Island is the most easterly inhabited island in the UK. It is a tidal island...

Menai & The Swellies, Wales

This chart centres on a small geographic area between the Britannia Bridge and the Menai Bridge, both connecting the island of Anglesey and mainland Wales. The Swellies is a stretch of the Menai Strait in North Wales. The most popular use of the name is for the...
Loch Linnie

Loch Linnhe & Loch Leven

The cartographer used quite a detailed portrayal of the landscape terrain as well as an artistic impression of Lochaber for this chart. It is an old black and white chart from the Admiralty archives. The focal point for this piece is the section of Loch Linnhe and...

Jersey, Channel Islands

This a most striking piece. The island of Jersey occupies the full chart area and the compass rose floats over the edge in an artistic feature. You can see that the east, south and west coasts are tidal. Probably the most striking feature of the chart is the lovely...
Isle of Wight

Isle of Wight, colour

The Isle Of Wight 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 numerous ports such as Lymington, the Hamble, Cowes, Southampton, Chichester, Portsmouth and many...
Christchurch & the Needles

Christchurch to The Needles

This piece stretches from the coastal town of Christchurch, Dorset to The Needles on the west coast of the Isle of Wight. Christchurch Harbour contains large areas of salt marsh and is protected by a sandbar known as Mudeford Spit. The harbour is protected by a...

Guernsey, Herm & Sark Islands

There is a great satisfaction from engaging with a client from their first spark of interest, then developing that idea to fruition, and ending up with a very fine piece of art that we are proud of and our client is delighted with. We are happy that we achieved that...

Fowey Harbour, Cornwall

This is a beautiful old black and white chart from the Admiralty archives which Latitude Kinsale have access to. The chart has a classic, elegant appeal and we used a black/charcoal mount and simple black frame to complement the look. Fowey is a small town and cargo...

Falmouth, Cornwall

Treasured 3D Chart from Admiralty Archive commissioned for The Pendents Cup Navigation Award. Internationally acclaimed artist, Bobby Nash of Latitude Kinsale™ has been commissioned to create this year’s Navigation Award at the Pendennis Cup taking place from July 2nd...