Imray chart C24 Flamborough Head to Fife Ness
British Isles and Northwest Europe | C Series
Passage chart of the east coast of England from Flamborough Head to Fife Ness. Five-minute gridlines. Scale: 1 : 251.700. Larger scale plans of Holy Island harbour, Eyemouth, Berwick, Warkworth, River Tyne, Blyth, Seaham, Sunderland, Whitby, Hartlepool, River Tees and Scarborough. Tidal stream diagrams.
Detailed plans or insets include:
- Eyemouth Harbour (Scale: 1 : 7500)
- Berwick Harbour (Scale: 1 : 12.500)
- Holy Island Harbour (Scale: 1 : 17.500)
- Farne Islands (Scale: 1 : 90.000)
- Warkworth Harbour (Amble) and Approaches (Scale: 1 : 22.500)
- Blyth Harbour (Scale: 1 : 10.000)
- River Tyne (Scale: 1 : 10.000)
- Continuation of the River Tyne (Scale: 1 : 40.000)
- Sunderland Harbour (Scale: 1 : 15.000)
- Seaham Harbour (Scale: 1 : 12.500)
- Hartlepool (Scale: 1 : 20.000)
- River Tees (Scale: 1 : 30.000)
- Whitby (Scale: 1 : 15.000)
For this 2014 edition the chart has been fully updated throughout using revised depth surveys where possible. Whitby harbour developments and the operational Teeside wind farm are also now shown.
Imray C Series charts cover sailing areas in northwestern Europe. These series form the most comprehensive range of yachtsmen’s charts available. Suitable for passage planning and larger scale charts for navigating the coastal waters even close to shore.
First published: 01-12-2014, current edition printed: December-2014
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