Life on the Ocean Waves
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Artemis Braemar Arcadia
Nautical miles sailed to date
Around the British Isles
Clicking on the small maps below will open a full-size map (1024 x 768) in its own window, on which I have drawn the route each ship took. For clarity, I have listed the ports of call on each voyage separately, along with their geographical co-ordinates (latitude and longitude.)
Small map of the British Isles
Ship:  M/S Adonia,  20 May - 1 June 2013 Southampton, England: 50º 54' N, 1º 24' W Dublin, Ireland: 53º 22' N, 06º 18' W Scrabster, Scotland:  58º 37' N, 03º 32' W Greenock, Scotland: 55º 56' N, 04º 19' W Holyhead, Wales:  53º 18' N, 04º 38' W Ringaskiddy, Ireland:  51º 49' N, 08º 18' W St. Helier, Jersey:  49º 11' N, 02º 06' W Southampton, England: 50º 54' N, 1º 24' W
Small map of Marco Polo Highlands and Islands cruise
Ship:  M/V Marco Polo, 23-28 May 2012 Newcastle-upon-Tyne: 54º 59' N, 1º 36 ' W Kirkwall, Orkney: 58º 59' N, 2º 57' W Stornoway, Outer Hebrides: 58º 13' N, 6º 23' W Ullapool, Scotland: 57º 54' N, 5º 10' W Invergordon: 57º 41' N, 4º 10' W Edinburgh: 55º 57' N, 3º 12' W
Horgabost Beach, Isle of Harris
Horgabost Beach, Isle of Harris.  One of the many stunning beaches in the Outer Hebrides.
Lighthouse at Dunnet Head, the most northerly point in mainland Britain
Lighthouse at Dunnet Head, the most northerly point in mainland Britain.
Map showing Lusitania Remembered voyage, 2015
Ship:  Queen Victoria,  3 May - 10 May 2015 Southampton, England: 50º 54' N, 1º 24' W St. Peter Port, Guernsey: 49º 28’ N, 2º 33’ W Le Havre, France: 49º 29’ N, 00º 07’ E RMS Lusitania wreck site: 51º 25’ N, 8º 33’ W Cobh, Ireland: 51º 51' N, 8º 17' W Dublin, Ireland: 53º 22' N, 06º 18' W Southampton, England: 50º 54' N, 1º 24' W
St. Peter Port, Guernsey
Harbour at St. Peter Port, Guernsey.