Saint Barthelemy is a volcanic Caribbean island that lies immediately southeast of the islands of Saint Martin and Anguilla. The island is entirely encircled by shallow reefs. The capital, Gustavia on the west coast contains the main harbour to the island. St. Barthélemy is separated from Saint Martin by the Saint-Barthélemy Channel. It lies northeast of Saba and St Eustatius, and north of St Kitts.
Several small satellite islets surround St. Barthélemy and can be seen on this chart. They include Île Chevreau, Île Frégate, Île Toc Vers, Île Tortue and Gros Îlets. A much bigger islet, Île Fourchue, lies on the north of the island, in the Saint-Barthélemy Channel. Other rocky islets which include Coco, the Roques (or little Turtle rocks), the Goat, and the Sugarloaf.
The frame for this piece is obeche and the mount is cream on a marine blue background.
- Location: St Barthelemy
- Chart: Admiralty, UKHO, colour
- Surround lighting: No
- Frame: Obeche, 600*500mm