Lough Ree is situated in the midlands and is one of the three major lakes on the River Shannon. Lough Ree is the second largest lake on the Shannon, the largest being Lough Derg to the south and the smallest being Lough Allen to the north. There are also several minor lakes along the length of the river. The lake serves as a border between the counties of Longford and Westmeath on the eastern side, and County Roscommon on the western side. The town of Athlone is situated at the southern end of the lake, and has a harbour for boats going out on the lake. The small town of Lanesboro is at the northern end of the lake.

The Geographical centre of Ireland is in the townland of Carnagh East, Co. Roscommon on the western shore of Lough Ree, opposite the Cribby Islands. Also Hodson pillar which is located on an island on the lake is said to be the most central point in Ireland.

The chart used is a classic black and white from the Admiralty archives. It is set on a black background and is finished with a white mount and black gloss frame. Surround lighting enhances the finished piece.


Specification: Location: Lough Ree, Ireland
Chart: Classic B&W, UKHO
Frame: Black Gloss
Size: 700*600mm
Double Surround Mount
Backing mount: Vinyl carbon
Surround lighting – LED 12V DC with Mains Interchangeable UK, Euro & US Plugtop

COMMISSION OPTIONS : Alternative options : Larger size, Colour modern charts. Framing options to suit all settings. Surround lighting with carbon backing. Design to match specific customer requirements.

Bobby Nash developed the Latitude Kinsale brand to be synonymous with quality, innovation and delivering excellence to any location in the world. The 3D chart’s  are hand made to commission with care and attention to detail and to exacting standards gained from 20 years of experience. All materials used to create the 3D chart are paper based, acid free, age resistant, conservation quality, designed to protect the chart and achieve the highest levels of presentation for framing.

Any Chart, Anywhere in the World.