C62 Irish Sea Imray Chart The Northern part of the Irish Sea, from Dublin and Liverpool to Belfast Lough and Stranraer.
Five and two-minute gridlines.
Carrickfergus (1:15 000)
Bangor Bay (1:17 500)
Entrance to Strangford Lough (1:37 500)
Portaferry Marina (1:7500)
Ardglass (1:15 000)
Entrance to Carlingford Lough (1:26 000)
Malahide Inlet (1:35 000)
Howth (1:12 500)
Dun Laoghaire Harbour (1:15 000)
Ribble Estuary (1:125 000)
Approaches to Fleetwood (1:50 000)
River Lune (1:100 000)
Continuation to Carlingford Marina (1:40 000)
Continuation to Preston (1:125 000)
On this edition the chart specification has been improved to show coloured light flashes. Updated bathymetric data has been included where available. The firing practice areas have been updated. There has been general updating throughout.
C Charts offer coverage for cruising yachtsmen on larger size sheets. They are suitable for offshore passage planning and allow safe inshore navigation.
Clear colour definition of shoal and drying areas.
Large-scale plans of harbours.
Tidal stream information based on the Admiralty pattern of `diamonds' as well as the usual tidal constants. Most charts include tidal stream diagrams.
Details of radio services.
Information on facilities for yachtsmen, where the scale of the chart is suitable, with telephone numbers.
Printed on the reverse is information concerning signs, symbols and abbreviations as well as useful general information about weather, tides and, where relevant, glossaries of foreign terms.