National Geographic's Fort Myers Beach - Naples Coastal Recreation map is the ideal companion for adventures along shore and on the water.
National Geographic's new family of Coastal Recreation maps are two-sided, waterproof maps designed specifically for recreation along America's most beautiful shorelines. These hybrid maps strike the perfect balance between professional boating charts and detailed topographic maps for land.
There is no other map in the market today that provides as much versatility for coastal recreation as National Geographic's Coastal Recreation series.
For paddlers, sail, and power boaters these maps are ideal for planning, cover waters up to three nautical miles off-shore, conveniently sized for use on-board a craft of any size, packed with essentially boating information, and a valuable safety companion. Beach-goers, wildlife enthusiasts, and those that enjoy exploring coastal towns will find these maps an invaluable resource for local beaches, parks, wildlife viewing areas, lighthouses, and unique places of interest.
The Fort Myers Beach - Naples Coastal Recreation map covers the SW Florida coast from Estero Bay and the eastern tip of Sanibel Island south to Rookery Bay at a detailed scale of 1:40,000 (1" = 0.63 Mile). The front side of the map details Estero Bay, Fort Myers, Bonita Beach, Hickory Bays and the north end of Delnor Wiggins Pass State Park. The reverse, with overlapping coverage, details the coastline from Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park, Naples, Clam Pass, Gordon, Pass and Rookery Bay.
The Fort Myers Beach - Naples map is designed and printed in the United States on durable synthetic paper, making it waterproof, tear-resistant and capable of going anywhere you do. The map is two-sided, and is folded to a convenient size of 4.25" x 9.25" ; unfolded size is 26" x 38". These maps fit easily in lifejacket, center console, or glove box.
Waterproof and tear-resistant
Designed and printed in the U.S.A
Bathymetry with marine aids to navigation
Marinas, boat ramps, and access points.
Beaches, shoreline parks, and wildlife refuges
Detailed topography with clearly marked trails for hiking, paddling, biking, powersports, horseback riding, and more
Color-coded boundaries for parks, recreation areas, wilderness areas, sanctuaries and wildlife refuges
Hundreds of places-of-interest, including: beaches, lighthouses, campgrounds, information centers, trailheads, viewpoints, boat launches, canoe carry downs, fishing access points, scuba diving hot spots, and specialty content unique to each area
UTM and Latitude/Longitude grid, as well as selected waypoints and a scale bar for easy and accurate navigation.
National Geographic Coastal Recreation maps also contain helpful information on local regulations, safety, travel tips, local contact information, and interpretive information.
Scale: 1:40:000 (1"=0.63 Miles)
Net proceeds from the sale of this map go to support the nonprofit mission of the National Geographic Society.
Approximately 4.25" x 9.25" folded; 26" x 38" fully open
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