Rhodes is the largest of Greece’s Dodecanese Islands and has a thriving tourist industry. Most of the tourist villages are located on the east of the island, with the central area being sparsely populated and mountainous. While Rhodes is the main focal location for this chart, the south-western region of Turkey is also featured which gives a sense of perspective to the area.

The smoothness of the Rhodes coastline is offset by the particularly indented nature the Turkish coast. This is shown from the town of Marmaris to the tip of the Datca peninsula and runs east-west across the top of the chart. Also included are the small islands of Krevatia, Tilos, Simi and Nikia. This is a lovely chart and it is finished with a black mount and grey background and frame. In-built surround lighting is included.


  • Location: Rhodes & Turkey
  • Chart: Admiralty, UKHO, colour
  • Surround lighting: Yes
  • Frame: Grey, 600*500mm