Imray Laurie Norie & Wilson Chart 2100: Kent and Sussex Coasts Chart Atlas

Thames Estuary to the Solent
  • £52.50
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A handy-sized A2 pack of charts covering the Kent and Sussex coasts.

This fully revised and extended edition includes the latest official UKHO data combined with additional information sourced from Imray's network to make it ideal for small craft.

It includes 5 extra chart sheets and incorporates all the latest official bathymetric surveys. The latest harbour developments at Dover and Calais are also included. The plan of The Looe has had a scale increase to provide larger scale coverage. Passage planning sheets are now at a uniform scale of 1:120 000 and coverage extends as far West as the Isle of Wight. Coverage of The Swale has increased to 1:20 000 and split over two sheets.

An additional chart has been added showing large scale coverage of the River Swale approaches from the East and a new harbour plan of Swale Marina has been added. Coverage of the River Medway is now at a scale of 1:20 000 giving twice as much chart detail than previously shown, this increased scale continues all the way to Allington Lock.

Larger scale coverage of the River Thames from Barking Creek to Tower Bridge is also included. There has been general updating throughout.

This product is also available wiro bound, please use code IC2100-7W.

Thames Estuary South (1:120 000)

River Thames Sea Reach (1:42 500)

River Thames - Canvey Island to Queen Elizabeth II Bridge (1:42 500)
River Thames - Queen Elizabeth II Bridge to Barking Creek (1:42 500)

River Thames - Barking Creek to Bow Creek (1:17 500)
River Thames - Bow Creek to Tower Bridge (1:17 500)

Entrance to the River Medway (1:20 000)

River Medway: Horseshoe Point to Folly Point (1:20 000)
Plan Whitton Marine (1:6000)

River Medway: Folly Point to Rochester Bridge (1:20 000)
Continuation of River Medway to Holborough (1:25 000)
Continuation of River Medway to Allington Lock (1:25 000)
Plans Gillingham Marina (1:10 000), Chatham Marina (1:10 000)

Approaches to The Swale & Whitstable (1:42 500)
Plan Whitstable Harbour (1:7000)

East Swale (1:20 000)

West Swale (1:20 000)
Plan Swale Marina (1:7500)

North Foreland to Dover & Calais (1:120 000)

Dover to Dungeness & Cap Gris-Nez (1:120 000)

Beachy Head to Dungeness (1:120 000)
Plans Sovereign Harbour (1:20 000), Rye Harbour (1:35 000)

Littlehampton to Beachy Head (1:120 000)

East Solent to Littlehampton (1:120 000)

Plans Ramsgate (1:6500), River Stour Entrance (1:35 000), Dover (1:15 000), Calais (1:20 000), Folkestone Harbour (1:10 000)

Plans Newhaven (1:16 500), Brighton Marina (1:8500), Shoreham Harbour (1:20 000), Littlehampton (1:13 500), The Looe (1:60 000)

Imray Digital Charts: Free mobile download
A voucher code to download the relevant Imray digital charts into our Imray Navigator app is included with this atlas.
Product Details
Publisher Imray Laurie Norie & Wilson Ltd
Series Imray 2000 Series Charts
Product Type Nautical Chart
Product Features Wirobound in plastic wallet.
Pages 8
Dimensions A2, flat
Date 2021
Item weight 0.63 Kg


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