Antares charts

Very Large scale wgs 84 electronic charts

Areas for which Antares Charts are available. For printable lists see links below.

For examples of charts see Introduction or click here.                         

 

Chart locations

Charts cover widely differing areas; some whole bays or lochs and others just small areas that we think are interesting. We do not survey areas we think are adequately covered by published UKHO charts. For examples see the Introduction or click here.  Each chart comes with a page on the CD dealing with general description, directions and tides: for an example click here.

 

We expect more will follow: please email us with your suggestions.

NOTE: This website and material obtained from it are the copyright of Antares Charts © and may not be reproduced in whole or in part without express consent; use of all such material is subject to the disclaimers and conditions posted on this website and which may be changed at any time. For full Conditions click here.

 

For a printable pdf of the 2018 Chart List in chart number order click here

If you would like to suggest a location for a survey we have not yet done please contact us to let us know. We much prefer to produce charts that we know at least someone wants!

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Chart names

We have chosen these to try to give an indication of the general area as well as the specific location. Edition numbers change every time there is there is any modification to the surveyed area or a significant change to the background part of the chart. Changes to the surveyed area include corrections, expansion of coverage and more detailed coverage.

 

One quite popular surveying app, Polar Navy, requires the first 15 characters of the chart’s file name to be unique. For this reason some chart file names differ slightly from the title block name.

 

 

Chart numbers refer to latitude  - e.g. number 5537A is to be found at 55 degrees 37 minutes north and the ‘A’ implies that it is the first chart we made at that latitude whilst ‘B’ would be the second, etc. The charts are therefore listed from south to north. Charts with a ‘W’ suffix are in the Outer Isles; those with a ’Y’ are in the Clyde area and those with an ‘XL’ are at an extra-large scale with additional colouring for drying areas.

 

 

Status is as follows:

N = New for 2018

E = Extended coverage since 2017

M = Modified with relatively minor changes since 2017

Blank = unchanged since 2017

To second page of Chart Locations

For the 2018 Chart List in a spreadsheet click here

For a printable 2018 Chart Guide with large lettering supplied by one of our uses click here