October Newsletter

!NEWS!

Welcome to our October Newsletter

Leisure Folios in their current format have now been withdrawn and replaced with Small Craft Charts and are now available to purchase as full folios or as indvidiual charts.

From Week 48, all current leisure folios will no longer be available to buy, and all new Small Craft Sheets will be available to order via the POD (Print on Demand) service. 

Further information or if you have any queries regarding this please contact us via either email sales@southbankmarine.com or call us on 01472 361137.

Recently Published

SC5608

Small Craft Charts, Bristol Channel SC5608

These Small Craft Charts are available to purchase as individual charts as well as the full folio. All charts are printed on demand and discounts are available for the purchase of multiple charts in one transaction.

5-9    charts 35% discount
10-14 charts 65% discount
15+   charts 75% discount

Available Charts:

  • SC5608       Full Set – Bristol Channel
  • SC5608_1    Hartland Point to Worms Head
  • SC5608_2    (A) Padstow to Saint Ann’s Head, (B) Boscastle to Hartland Point, (C) Padstow to Boscastle
  • SC5608_3    Mumbles Head and Ilfracombe to Burnham on Sea
  • SC5608_4    (A) Hartland Point to Lumdy and Ilfracombe, (B) Lundy
  • SC5608_5    (A) Barnstaple and Bideford, (B) Padstow, (C) Iifracombe
  • SC5608_6    Ilfracombe to Worms Head and Mumbles Head
  • SC5608_7    Swansea Bay
  • SC5608_8   (A) River Neath, (B) Barry, (C) Lynmouth, (D) Porlock, (E) Minehead, (F) Watchet
  • SC5608_9    Foreland Point to Nash Point
  • SC5608_10   Scarweather Sands to North Kenfig Patches
  • SC5608_11   Porthcawl to Nash Point
  • SC5608_12   Watchet to Barry
  • SC5608_13   Barry to Stert Point
  • SC5608_14   Burnham-on-Sea and Approaches
  • SC5608_15   Flat Holm to East Usk
  • SC5608_16   (A) Bristol Deep to King Road, (B) Continuation to Avonmouth
  • SC5608_17   (A) Approaches to Barry and Cardiff, (B) Cardiff
  • SC5608_18   (A) Avonmouth to Severn Bridge, (B) Newport
  • SC5608_19   (A) Avonmouth Bridge to Sea Mills Creek, (B) Sea Mills Creek to Cumberland Basin, (C) Bristol City Docks
  • SC5608_20   King Road and River Avon to the Avonmouth Bridge
  • SC5608_21   Severn Bridge to Sharpness

Approved by the MCA for meeting paper chart carriage requirements in UK waters for Fishing and MCA Code Vessels under 24m in length.

SC5614

Small Craft Charts, Orford Ness to Whitby SC5614

These Small Craft Charts are available to purchase as individual charts as well as the full folio. All charts are printed on demand and discounts are available for the purchase of multiple charts in one transaction.

5-9    charts 35% discount
10-14 charts 65% discount
15+   charts 75% discount

Available Charts:

  • SC5614       Full Set – Orford Ness to Whitby
  • SC5614_1    (A) Orford Ness to Beacre Ness, (B) Orford Ness
  • SC5614_2    Lowestoft to Winteron Ness
  • SC5614_3    Approaches to Lowestoft
  • SC5614_4    (A) Approaches to Great Yarmouth, (B) Great Yarmouth Outer Harbour
  • SC5614_5    (A) Northern Approaches to Great Yarmouth, (B) Great Yarmouth Haven
  • SC5614_6    (A) Caister-On-Sea to Mundesley, (B) Southwold Harbour
  • SC5614_7    (A) Cromer to Wells-next-the-Sea, (B) Wells-next-the-Sea
  • SC5614_8    Outer Approachees to The Wash
  • SC5614_9    Approaches to the The Wash
  • SC5614_10   (A) The Wash – Eastern Part, (B) Continuation of Lynn Cut, (C) Kings Lynn
  • SC5614_11   (A) The Wash – Central Part, (B) Continuation of the River Nene, (C) Continuation of the River Nene to Wisbech
  • SC5614_12   (A) The Wash – Western Part, (B) Approaches to Boston, (C) Boston
  • SC5614_13   Gibraltar Point to Saltfleet
  • SC5614_14   Approaches to the River Humber
  • SC5614_15   River Humber Entrance
  • SC5614_16   Spurn Head to Grimsby Middle
  • SC5614_17   (A) Approaches to Grimsby, (B) Grimsby
  • SC5614_18   (A) Immingham to Saltend, (B) Goole
  • SC5614_19   (A) Kingston Upon Hull to Humber Bridge, (B) Humber Bridge to Whitton Ness, (C) Hull Docks – Western Part
  • SC5614_20   Whitton Ness to Goole and Keadby and Lowestoft Harbour
  • SC5614_21   Spurn Head to Flamborough Head
  • SC5614_22   (A) Bridlington to Scarborough, (B) Bridlington Harbour
  • SC5614_23   (A) Approaches to Whitby, (B) Whitby Harbour, (C) Scarborough Bay, (D) Scarborough Harbour
  • SC55614_24  Scarborough top Whitby
  • SC5614_25   Southern North Sea

Approved by the MCA for meeting paper chart carriage requirements in UK waters for Fishing and MCA Code Vessels under 24m in length.

SC5616

Small Craft Charts, West Coast and Outer Hebrides Point of Ardnamurchan to Shiant Islands, SC5616

These Small Craft Charts are available to purchase as individual charts as well as the full folio. All charts are printed on demand and discounts are available for the purchase of multiple charts in one transaction.

5-9    charts 35% discount
10-14 charts 65% discount
15+   charts 75% discount

Available Charts:

  • SC5616       Full Set – Point of Ardnamurchan to Shiant Islands
  • SC5616_1    (A) Point of Ardnamurchan to Sound of Arisaig, (B) Continuation to Loch Moidart
  • SC5616_2    Sound of Arisaig to Mallaig
  • SC5616_3    (A) Mallaig to Glenelg, (B) Kyle Rhea, (C) Continnuation of Loch Nevis
  • SC5616_4    (A) Loch Duich to Loch Carron, (B) Loch Kishorn, (C) Continuation of Loch Carron
  • SC5616_5    Inner Sound and Sound of Rassay – Southern Part
  • SC5616_6    Inner Sound and Sound of Raasay – Central Part
  • SC5616_7    (A) Inner Sound and Sound of Raasay – Northen Part, (B) Upper Loch Torridon
  • SC5616_8    Loch Torridon to Loch Gairloch
  • SC5616_9    Rona to Shiant Islands
  • SC5616_10   (A) The Little Minch – Northern Part, (B) Loch Rodel
  • SC5616_11   The Little Minch – Southern Part
  • SC5616_12   Rum to Loch Bracadale
  • SC5616_13   (A) Oigh Sgeir to Barra, (B) Acairseid Mhor
  • SC5616_14   Point of Ardnamurchan to Rum
  • SC5616_15   (A) Loch Brittle to Loch Eishort, (B) Continuation of Loch Eishort
  • SC5616_16   Sound of Eigg and Sound of Rum
  • SC5616_17   (A) Loch Hourn, (B) Continuation of Loch Hourn, (C) Inverie Bay, (D) Mallaig Harbour
  • SC5616_18   (A) Kyle Akin, (B) Loch Alsh, (C) Upper Loch Carron
  • SC5616_19   (A) Gairloch, (B) Portree Harbour, (C) Uig
  • SC5616_20   Loch Dunvegan
  • SC5616_21   (A) Approaches to Castle Bay, (B) Castle Bay, (C) Continuation of the Sound of Arisaig
  • SC5616_22   Loch Boisdale
  • SC5616_23   Lochs on the East Coast of Uist
  • SC5616_24   Loch Maddy
  • SC5616_25   Outer Approaches to Tarbert
  • SC5616_26   (A) Approaches to Tarbert, (B) Tarbert, (C) Continuation of Loch Ceann Dibig
  • SC5616_27   Isle of Mull to Isle of Lewis

Approved by the MCA for meeting paper chart carriage requirements in UK waters for Fishing and MCA Code Vessels under 24m in length.

The Sailors Bluffing Guide

The Sailor’s Bluffing Bible

In The Sailor’s Bludding Bilble, you will learn how to bluff with the best sailing club bar and manoeuvre yourself onto sleek yachts and fast dinghies.  Once there, our tips on what to do, what to war and what to say will come in very handy.  You may even be asked back!

Whether racing or cruising or on a sailing holiday you will be able to hold your own in conversation, staggering your audience with your sailing knowledge.

A perfect book, or gift, for the sailor and would-be sailor, illustrated by nautical cartoonist John Quirk.

Reeds Nautical Almanac 2022

Reeds Nautical Almanac is the indispensable trusted annual compendium of navigational data for yachtsmen and motorboaters, and provides all the information required to navigate Atlantic coastal waters around the whole of the UK, Ireland, Channel Islands and the entire European coastline from the tip of Denmark right down to Gibraltar, Northern Morocco, the Azores and Madeira.

The 2022 edition continues the Almanac‘s tradition of year on year improvement and meticulous presentation of all the data required for safe navigation. Now with an improved layout for easier reference and with over 45,000 annual changes, it is regarded as the bible of almanacs for anyone going to sea.

The 2022 edition is updated throughout, containing over 45,000 changes, and includes: 700 harbour chartlets; tide tables and tidal streams; buoyage and lights; 7,500 waypoints; invaluable passage notes; distance tables; radio, weather and safety information; first aid section. Also: a free Marina Guide.

Available in Paperback RRP£49.99 and Looseleaf (inc binder) RRP£55.00 Available to order via emailing sales@southbankmarine.com

Reeds Channel Almanac 2022

The Reeds Channel Almanac covers the south coast of England from the Scilly Isles to Dover, the Channel Islands and northern France from Calais to L’Aberildut, offering cruising and racing yachtsmen ready access to essential navigation information by virtue of its clear layout and user friendly format.

Completely updated for 2022, topics include seamanship, pilotage, tide tables, safety procedures, navigation tips, radio, lights, waypoints, weather forecast information, communications, Mayday and distress procedures – in fact everything the cruising yachtsman needs to know. The large type size and clear layout makes information easy to read even in adverse conditions. This handy volume is ideal for anyone cruising the length of the English Channel.

Includes a free Reeds Marina Guide.

Available in Paperback RRP£39.99. Available to order via emailing sales@southbankmarine.com

Reeds Eastern Almanac 2022

The Reeds Eastern Almanac covers the UK east coast from Ramsgate to Cape Wrath including the Shetland and Orkney Islands, and from Niewport to Delfzjil and Helgoland. It is the complete guide for North Sea mariners, offering ready access to essential navigation information by virtue of its clear layout and user friendly format.

Completely updated for 2022, topics include seamanship, pilotage, tide tables, safety procedures, navigation tips, radio, lights, waypoints, weather forecast information around UK and European waters, communications, Mayday and distress procedures. The large type and clear layout makes information easy to read even in adverse conditions. This handy volume is ideal for anyone cruising the North Sea.

Includes a free Reeds Marina Guide.

Available in Paperback RRP£39.99. Available to order via emailing sales@southbankmarine.com

Reeds Western Almanac 2022

The Reeds Western Almanac covers the coastline from Cape Wrath to Padstow as well as the whole of Ireland, and is ideal for any boater lucky enough to cruise and race in the superb waters off the coast of Western Scotland, Ireland or Western England. It offers ready access to essential navigation information by virtue of its clear layout and user friendly format.

Completely updated for 2022, topics include seamanship, pilotage, tide tables, safety procedures, navigation tips, radio, lights, waypoints, weather forecast information, communications, Mayday and distress procedures. The large type size and clear layout makes information easy to read even in adverse conditions. It is the complete guide for both Irish and Scottish mariners as well as those cruising the UK west coast.

Includes a free Reeds Marina Guide.

Available in Paperback RRP£39.99. Available to order via emailing sales@southbankmarine.com

The Cruising Almanac 2022

The Cruising Almanac has long been the perfect onboard companion for cruising sailors. It was first published in 1909 as Sailing Directions within the Cruising Association Handbook. Almost a century later, in 2002, it became the Cruising Almanac, published by Imray, that we all recognise today. This 2022 edition, introduced by Sir Robin Knox-Johnston, CBE, Patron of the Cruising Association, marks the 20th Anniversary of the partnership between the Cruising Association and Imray.

Compiled annually by a team of Cruising Association editors and Imray, the Almanac covers Northwest Europe from the Shetlands in the north to Gibraltar in the south and from the Baltic in the east to the west coast of Ireland. Based on first-hand experience and official data, all the content, including text, plans and tidal data, is checked and updated for each new edition. Over 750 port entries sit alongside readily identifiable blue boxed passage notes, enabling easy access to the information you need, both for passage planning and whilst at sea.

2022 tide tables for 47 standard ports are included in a separate booklet. The main Almanac contains tidal stream diagrams: full tidal details for secondary ports are included with the text for the relevant port.

Updating of the Almanac continues throughout the year, with corrections published monthly on the Cruising Association website Almanac corrections page.

Available in Paperback RRP£37.50. Available to order via emailing sales@southbankmarine.com

COMING SOON

Browns Nautical Almanac 2022

Brown’s Nautical Almanac, 2022 Edition

Brown, Son and Ferguson Ltd. is proud to announce that the 2022 publication of Brown’s Nautical Almanac will the 145th Edition.

Established in 1850 on the south side of the River Clyde in Glasgow, Brown, Son and Ferguson Ltd. soon started publishing books for the sailing ships that visited the city. In these early days there were few publications on maritime affairs available and its range of titles steadily grew.

A new and exciting era dawned for the firm with the first issue of Brown’s Nautical Almanac in 1876. Every year it continues to be completely revised with ongoing care and attention given to its preparation. It has been edited and arranged to ensure accuracy and ease of reference for a book in daily practical use. The entire book has been re-set so that Navigators will find the tables are sharper and easier to read.

Available in hardback RRP£67.00.  Due to be released November 21. Available to order via emailing sales@southbankmarine.com

SC5600

Small Craft Charts, The Solent and Approaches SC5600

These Small Craft Charts are available to purchase as individual charts as well as the full folio. All charts are printed on demand and discounts are available for the purchase of multiple charts in one transaction.

5-9    charts 35% discount
10-14 charts 65% discount
15+   charts 75% discount

Available Charts:

  • 5600.1 Outer Approaches to the Solent (1:150,000)
  • 5600.2 Western Solent and Approaches ( 1:75,000)
  • 5600.3 Eastern Solent and Approaches (1:75,000)
  • 5600.4 Isle of Wight- Lymington River (1:5,000) Continuation of Lymington River (1:5,000) Yarmouth Harbour (3,000) River Yar (12,500)
  • 5600.5 Needles Channel (1:25,000)
  • 5600.6 Beaulieu River (1:10,000) Continuation of Beaulieu River (1:10,000) Newtown River (1:12,500) Continuation of Newtown River (1:12,500)
  • 5600.7 Yarmouth to Beaulieu River (1:25,000)
  • 5600.8 Entrance to River Hamble (1:5,000) Warsash to Satchell Marsh (1:5,000) Mercury Yacht Harbour to Bursledon Bridge (1:5,000) Bursledon Bridge (1:5,000)
  • 5600.9 River Hamble to Cowes (1:25,000) Continuation to Hythe (1:25,000)
  • 5600.10 River Itchen (1:10,000) Ashlett Creek (1:10,000)
  • 5600.11 River Test (1:10,000)
  • 5600.12 Entrance to Portsmouth Harbour (1:7,500) Continuation of Forton Lake (1:7,500) Continuation of Stoke Lake (1:7,500)
  • 5600.13 Spithead (1:25,000)
  • 5600.14 Approaches to Fareham Lake (1:7,500) Continuation of Fareham Lake (1:7,500)
  • 5600.15 Approaches to Port Solent (1:7,500)
  • 5600.16 Langstone Harbour (1:20,000) Upper Reaches of Langstone Harbour (1:20,000) Bosham and Fishbourne Channels (1:20,000)
  • 5600.17 Approaches to Langstone and Chichester Harbours (1:25,000)
  • 5600.18 Anchorages in the Solent – Alum Bay (1:12,500) Bursledon to Botley (1:7,500) Wootton Creek (1:10,000) Hillhead Harbour (1:3,000) Keyhaven (1:7,500) Bembridge Harbour (1:5,000)
  • 5600.19 Eastern Approaches to the Solent (1:25,000)
  • 5600.20 Chichester Harbour (1:20,000)
  • 5600.21 Cowes Harbour (1:3,500)
  • 5600.22 River Medina (1:3,500) Continuation of River Medina (1:3,500) River Medina -Folly Point to Newport (1:10,000)

Approved by the MCA for meeting paper chart carriage requirements in UK waters for Fishing and MCA Code Vessels under 24m in length.

Due to be released 11th November 2021. RRP per chart £15.00. Available to order via emailing sales@southbankmarine.com or by visiting
https://www.southbankmarine.com/product/sc5600-the-solent-and-approaches/

SC5611

Small Craft Charts, West Coast Scotland: Mull of Kintyre to Point of Ardnamurchan SC5611

These Small Craft Charts are available to purchase as individual charts as well as the full folio. All charts are printed on demand and discounts are available for the purchase of multiple charts in one transaction.

5-9    charts 35% discount
10-14 charts 65% discount
15+   charts 75% discount

Available Charts:

  • Full Folio West Coast of Scotland Mull of Kintyre to Point of Ardnamurchan
  • 5611.1 West Coast of Scotland, Mull of Kintyre to Point of Ardnamurchan 1:500,000, Mull of Kintyre, Carskey Bay to Bellochantuy Bay 1:75,000
  • 5611.2 Sound of Gigha 1:25,000
  • 5611.3 Southern Approaches to the Sound of Jura 1:75,000
  • 5611.4 Sound of Islay to Colonsay 1:75,000
  • 5611.5 Islay, Southern Part 1:75,000
  • 5611.6 Sound of Jura 1:75,000
  • 5611.7 Islay, Northern Part 1:75,000
  • 5611.8 Colonsay to Ross of Mull 1:75,000
  • 5611.9 Approaches to the Firth of Lorn 1:75,000, Loch Spelve Entrance 1:25,000
  • 5611.10 Sound of Iona 1:25,000
  • 5611.11 Ross of Mull to Ulva 1:75,000
  • 5611.12 Crinan to Ardluing and Loch Craignish 1:25,000
  • 5611.13 Tiree to Point of Ardnamurchan 1:75,000
  • 5611.14 Sound of Luing 1:25,000
  • 5611.15 Sound of Mull 1:75,000, Tobermory Harbour 1:10,000, Entrance to Loch Aline 1:10,000, Loch Aline 1:25,000
  • 5611.16 Loch Melfort 1:25,000
  • 5611.17 Approaches to Oban 1:25,000
  • 5611.18 Loch Linnhe, Southern Part 1:25,000
  • 5611.19 Approaches to Loch Etive 1:25,000, Continuation of Loch Etive 1:25,000
  • 5611.20 Loch Linnhe, Central Part 1:25,000
  • 5611.21 Mull, Loch na Keal 1:25,000, Continuation of Loch na Keal 1:25,000, Staffa 1:25,000
  • 5611.22 Loch Linnhe, Approaches to Corran Narrows 1:25,000, Loch Leven 1:25,000
  • 5611.23 Upper Loch Linnhe 1:25,000, Continuation of Loch Eil 1:25,000
  • 5611.24 Loch Sunart, Western Part 1:25,000, Continuation of Loch Teacuis 1:25,000
  • 5611.25 Loch Sunart, Eastern Part 1:25,000, Continuation of Loch Sunart 1:25,000
  • 5611.26 Gunna Sound 1:25,000, Loch Creran 1:25,000
  • 5611.27 Seil Sound and Sound of Insh 1:25,000, Islay – Port Ellen 1:15,000, Jura – Loch Tarbert 1:25,000
  • 5611.28 Oban 1:10,000, West Loch Tarbet 1:25,000, West Loch Tarbet 1:25,000, West Loch Tarbet 1:25,000, The Small Isles 1:25,000

Approved by the MCA for meeting paper chart carriage requirements in UK waters for Fishing and MCA Code Vessels under 24m in length.

Due to be released 11th November 2021. RRP per chart £15.00. Available to order via emailing sales@southbankmarine.com or by visiting
https://www.southbankmarine.com/product/sc5611-west-coast-of-scotland-mull-of-kintyre-to-point-of-ardnamurchan/

SC5612

Small Craft Charts, Northern Ireland – Carlingford Lough to Lough Foyle SC5612

These Small Craft Charts are available to purchase as individual charts as well as the full folio. All charts are printed on demand and discounts are available for the purchase of multiple charts in one transaction.

5-9    charts 35% discount
10-14 charts 65% discount
15+   charts 75% discount

Available Charts:

  • 5612 Full Folio
  • 5612.1 Southern Approaches to North Channel 1:200,000
  • 5612.2 Western Approaches to North Channel
  • 5612.3 A Carlingford Lough to Ardglass 1:100,000 B Ardglass to Killough Harbours 1:15,000
  • 5612.4 Ardglass to Donaghadee 1:100,000
  • 5612.5 Strangford Lough Entrance 1:37,500
  • 5612.6 Strangford Narrows Southern Part 1:12,500
  • 5612.7 Strangford Narrows Northern Part 1:12,500, Strangford 1:5,000
  • 5612.8 Strangford Lough 1:37,500
  • 5612.9 Portavogie to Ballywalter 1:37,000, Portavogie 1:5,000
  • 5612.10 Approaches to Donaghadee Sound 1:37,000, Donaghadee Sound 1:15,000
  • 5612.11 Mull of Galloway to Craig Laggan 1:75,000, Portpatrick 1:4,000
  • 5612.12 Belfast Lough Entrance 1:37,500, Bangor 1:17,500, Carrickfergus Marina 1:15,000
  • 5612.13 Approaches to Belfast 1:37,500, Belfast 1:12,500
  • 5612.14 Larne Lough to Cushendon Bay 1:75,000
  • 5612.15 Larne Lough Northern Part 1:10,000
  • 5612.16 Larne Lough Southern Part 1:10,000
  • 5612.17 North Channel Northern Entrance 1:75,000
  • 5612.18 Ballycastle to River Bann including Rathin Island 1:75,000
  • 5612.19 River Bann to Coleraine 1:20,000, Rathlin Harbour 1:2,500, Ballycastle 1:2,500
  • 5612.20 Portrush to Culdaff including Entrance to Lough Foyle 1:75,000
  • 5612.21 Rathlin Sound 1:37,500, App. to Portrush 1:20,000, Portrush 1:2,500
  • 5612.22 Lough Foyle Entrance 1:25,000, Continuation to Moville 1:25,000
  • 5612.23 Lough Foyle 1:50,000, River Foyle, Culmore Point to Ballynagard 1:15,000, River Foyle, Ballynagard to Londonderry 1:15,000
  • 5612.24 North Channel and Irish Sea (Western Part) 1:500,000

Approved by the MCA for meeting paper chart carriage requirements in UK waters for Fishing and MCA Code Vessels under 24m in length.

Due to be released 11th November 2021. RRP per chart £15.00. Available to order via emailing sales@southbankmarine.com or via visiting
https://www.southbankmarine.com/product/sc5612-ireland-carlingford-lough-to-lough-foyle/

SC5617

Small Craft Charts, Scotland East Coast Fife Ness to Inverness and Caledonian Canal SC5617

These Small Craft Charts are available to purchase as individual charts as well as the full folio. All charts are printed on demand and discounts are available for the purchase of multiple charts in one transaction.

5-9    charts 35% discount
10-14 charts 65% discount
15+   charts 75% discount

Available Charts:

  • 5617    Full Folio
  • 5617.1 Isle of May to River Tay Entrance 1:75,000
  • 5617.2 River Tay Entrance to Montrose 1:75,000
  • 5617.3 Gourdon to Stonehaven 1:75,000
  • 5617.4 Aberdeen to Bay of Cruden 1:75,000
  • 5617.5 Peterhead to Fraserburgh 1:75,000
  • 5617.6 Fraserburgh to Banff1 1:75,000
  • 5617.7 Banff to Buckie & Whitehills Marina Diagram 1:75,000
  • 5617.8 Lossiemouth to Tarbat Ness 1:75,000
  • 5617.9 Approaches to Inverness Firth 1:75,000
  • 5617.10 Entrance to Inverness Firth 1:20,000
  • 5617.11 Inverness Firth-N Part 1:20,000
  • 5617.12 Inverness Firth-S Part 1:20,000, Entrance to River Ness 1:5,000
  • 5617.13 App. to River Tay 1:25,000
  • 5617.14 River Tay-Tayport to Dundee 1:25,000
  • 5617.15 Montrose Harbour 1:7,500, Arbroath Harbour 1:12,500, Stonehaven Harbour 1:12,500
  • 5617.16 Aberdeen Harbour 1:7,500
  • 5617.17 Peterhead Bay and Harbours 1:6,250, Banff and Macduff 1:20,000,  Fraserburgh 1:6,250
  • 5617.18 Buckie 1:10,000,  Lossiemouth 1:6,250, Hopeman 1:6,250,  Burghead 1:6,250, Nairn 1:6,250
  • 5617.19 Inverness 1:5,000, Inverness to Urquart Bay 1:75,000, Loch Dochfour 1:12,500, Loch Ness-Urquhart Bay 1:12,500
  • 5617.20 Urquhart Bay to Fort Augustus 1:75,000, Fort Augustus to Laggan Locks 1:75,000, Fort Augustus 1:12,500, Loch Oich 1:15,000
  • 5617.21 Laggan Locks to Corpach 1:75,000, Loch Lochy-Laggan Locks 1:12,500, Loch Lochy-Gairlochy Locks 1:25,000, Fort William 1:25,000, Entrance to The Caledonian Canal 1:6,250

Approved by the MCA for meeting paper chart carriage requirements in UK waters for Fishing and MCA Code Vessels under 24m in length.

Due to be released 11th November 2021. RRP per chart £15.00. Available to order via emailing sales@southbankmarine.com or via visiting
https://www.southbankmarine.com/product/sc5617-scotland-east-coast/

2800 Kintyre to Ardnamurchan

The complete redesign of Imray’s chart pack 2800 Kintrye to Ardnamurchan now includes more detailed coverage of the area and comes as a paper, wiro bound and digital edition.

This latest edition consists of 11 extra chart sheets, twice the coverage of the previous edition, and incorporates all the latest official bathymetric surveys.

Created in association with Clyde Cruising Club for use alongside their sailing directions, coverage includes detail of this delightful area of Scotland and there is reference to the popular large scale Antares Charts.

The 22 chart sheets in this pack provide all the necessary information for passage planning, detailed approach to yacht havens and marinas, and the numerous anchorages and sailing areas recommended for small craft.

Coverage includes large scale charts from Kintyre sailing north, with newly included charts of Kintyre, Gigha, Islay, Jura and Colonsay.  Large scale coverage continues with Mull, Loch Linnhe, Lock Etive, Lock Sunart Coll, tiree to Ardnamurchan.

Available in paper chart pack, wiro bound and digital RRP£49.95.  Due to be released November 21. Available to order via emailing sales@southbankmarine.com

Inland Waterways of France Volume 1

The ninth edition of Inland Waterways of France is the ideal guide for planning cruises in and through the most fascinating and diverse waterway network in Europe. This edition takes a new paperback format, split into three volumes.

Author David Edwards-May presents a detailed overview of the waterways extending from the English Channel through Northern France, Picardy and Paris to Central France and Burgundy. This system totals 2700 kilometres of waterways that are as vibrant as ever, and include the new Seine-Nord Europe Canal, now under construction, to be completed by 2028. Recreational use is growing alongside the commercial traffic on the busier waterways, while Champagne, Burgundy and Central France have become cruising destinations in their own right.

This first volume of the new edition sets out the current state of the network in 200 pages in full colour, with detailed maps of junctions and other key sites on the network, overview maps for each waterway, and route descriptions. It is a unique blend of practical information, maps, background historical notes and colour photographs

Available in paperback RRP£21.50.  Due to be released November 21. Available to order via emailing sales@southbankmarine.com

Inland Waterways of France Volume 2

The ninth edition of Inland Waterways of France is the ideal guide for planning cruises in and through the most fascinating and diverse waterway network in Europe. This edition takes a new paperback format, split into three volumes.

David Edwards-May has investigated the many developments that have taken place during the last 10 years and presents a detailed description of the extraordinarily diverse system of navigable rivers and canals in France. With the restoration of historic navigations, the system now totals 9000 kilometres, and has become a favourite destination for tens of thousands of boaters from Europe and the rest of the world.

This volume will serve to plan ongoing or future cruises through the 2500 kilometres of waterways from the northeast – the cross-border rivers Meuse, Moselle, Sarre and Rhine – to the Mediterranean. On the busier waterways recreational use is growing alongside the commercial traffic, but there are many places where boats can moor safely. Waterways are an important part of the appeal of France as a tourist destination.

This new edition sets out the current state of the network in 126 pages in full colour, with detailed maps of 40 key sites, towns and junctions, and overview maps for each waterway. It is a unique blend of practical information, descriptions of places, maps, background historical notes and colour photographs.

Available in paperback RRP£21.50.  Due to be released November 21. Available to order via emailing sales@southbankmarine.co

Inland Waterways of France Volume 3

The ninth edition of Inland Waterways of France is the ideal guide for planning cruises in and through the most fascinating and diverse waterway network in Europe. Author David Edwards-May has researched the many changes that have taken place during the last 10 years, and presents a detailed overview of the waterways extending throughout the South (‘Midi’), the Southwest and Western France.

This system totals 3000 kilometres of waterways that are maintained and developed almost exclusively for recreational navigation. This third volume of the new edition sets out the current state of the network in 146 pages in full colour, with detailed maps of junctions and other key sites on the network, overview maps for each waterway, and route descriptions. It is a unique blend of practical information, maps, background historical notes and colour photographs. It also highlights ongoing waterway restoration projects, in which the author has been personally involved for many years.

Available in paperback RRP£21.50.  Due to be released November 21. Available to order via emailing sales@southbankmarine.com