Sea

Balearics

This chart shows the Balearic islands of Menorca and Majorca. Majorca, the larger island takes centre stage. The archipelago is located in the western Mediterranean with Ibiza lying closest to the Iberian coast. Majorca and Menorca and both displayed on the main...

Dublin Bay

This light chart features Dublin Bay, from Howth to Dalkey Island and with the city of Dublin at the centrepoint. Between the city and Howth lies Bull Island. Moving south of the city, you can see the iconic image of Dun Laoghaire’s east and west piers. The...

Cyprus (B&W)

Cyprus is the third largest of the Mediterranean islands after Sicily and Sardinia. The island measures 240km long by 100 wide. Syria and Lebanon are situated to the east, Egypt is to the south and Greece is to the northwest. The island is dominated by two mountain...

Cyprus (colour)

Cyprus is the third largest of the Mediterranean islands after Sicily and Sardinia. It is located in western Asia, south of Turkey. The Akrotiri Peninsula separates Akrotiri Bay and Episkopi Bay. The city of Limassol lies adjacent to Akrotiri. Salt Lake can be seen on...

Corsica B&W

The title of this chart informs us that it was surveyed by Captain Bell of the French Royal Navy in 1854. There is a wonderful sense of history and appreciation that these timeless charts can still be admired as a piece of artwork. Corsica is the most mountainous...
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