This fine chart has the island of Pulau Ubin lying at its centre and features the east side of the island of Singapore. Pulau Ubin is the second largest of Singapore’s islands. Its largest island is Pulau Tekong and is also shown on this chart. Both islands lie in the Straits of Johor which forms the border between Malaysia to the north and Singapore to the south.

The lower portion of the chart features the Singapore Strait. The Strait is 100km long and 16km wide, with the Indonesia-Singapore border lying along the length of the strait. It provides deepwater passage to the Port of Singapore, making it a very busy marine area.

The chart has a golden background. It is enhanced by surround lighting and has a black mount and a black frame combination. It is a very attractive piece.

Specification

  • Location: Singapore, East Channel
  • Chart: Admiralty, UKHO, classic B&W
  • Surround lighting: Yes
  • Frame: Black, 600*500mm