This chart features the lighthouses of Ireland, of which there are many.These buildings are a vital part of Ireland’s marine history and of course their core function is to keep people safe while at sea. Since ancient times, long before modern navigational aids, lighthouses have served as beacons helping ships to navigate Ireland’s sometimes treacherous waters. Today, despite technological advances, lighthouses continue to serve as crucial navigational aids for the maritime traffic of our island nation.
This chart shows the island of Ireland in its entirety with the multiude of lighthouses dotted around the coast. It is finished with a matt black frame.
- Location: Lighthouses of Ireland
- Chart: Admiralty, UKHO, colour
- Size: 1200*800mm
- Finish: Black matt frame