We are based in the South East of England, our workshop and premises are within a stone's throw of the English Channel, with far reaching and inspiring views which include Dover Cliffs, Dungeness and the French coast.
The ever changing coastline and sea provide us all with nostalgic memories and we can bring this to life at Guiding Light Charts. Garry Clark can design and produce any nautical chart you choose and replicate the correct colour and flashing sequences of buoys, lighthouses, lateral marks, markers and leading lights including other relevant light signals.
Garry's idea came from many years working at sea in various ways; fishing commercially, escorting cross Channel swim attempts from Dover to the French coast and as a crew member with the RNLI.
All of these industries rely heavily on navigational buoys and lights leading the way. Couple this with Garry's talent for innovative electronics and computer programmes he is able to produce a quality framed light chart that will create interest and conversation wherever displayed.
Admiralty Chart 32: England - South Coast Falmouth to Truro now on display at Falmouth Lifeboat Station
Admiralty Chart 1828: Dover to North Foreland now on display at the Mariners Bar at Ramsgate
Commisioned for Sally Gravett...Chart 1892 displaying the track taken on her epic 2 way cross channel swim completed in 36 hours 26 minutes 0n the 29/30 August 2016
Guiding Light Charts proud to design and supply English Channel Swim track chart for Jackie Cobell..the longest ever successful English Channel solo swim completed in 28 hours 44 minutes.
Admiralty Chart 1826: Irish Sea Eastern Part From Mull Of Galloway Lighthouse down to South Stack Lighthouse with a selection of Charted North, East, South, and West Cardinal Buoys, also Special Marks, Port/Starboard Lateral Markers and occulting lights are shown, now programmed to their exact flashing sequences and Framed all ready for despatch to customer in Barrow-in-Furness