The city of Plymouth is the focus of this chart. The rivers Tamart and Plym are shown on either side of the city. At the mouth of the harbour on the west side is Rame Head. Moving westwards you can see Whitesand Bay, and from there the chart extends as far as Looe. Plymouth is a busy port for both commercial and leisure-craft. It also connects England with both France and Spain by ferry.

The Eddystone Lighthouse is shown at the bottom of the chart. It stands on a treacherous group of rocks fourteen miles out at sea from Plymouth Breakwater. Eddystone Rocks was a graveyard for vessels traversing the English Channel. There have been four lighthouses on the Eddystone Rocks.

Specification

  • Location: Plymouth to Looe, UK
  • Chart: Admiralty, UKHO, classic B&W
  • Surround lighting: No
  • Frame: Black, 500*400mm