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Nautical Wood Maps
Hawaii - Coastal Blue Grey

Size:
16" x 20"

Hawaii - Coastal Blue Grey

Size:
16" x 20"

• 3D underwater topographic map (bathymetric chart)
• Framed in solid wood, ready to hang
• Protected by crystal clear Plexiglas
• Layered laser cut natural Baltic Birch wood
• Carved relief of nautical terrain
• Wooden chart work of art that will enhance any décor
• Locations etched & highlighted with special technique

$158.00
In stock. Ships next business day.
Free Shipping
$158.00
In stock. Ships next business day.
Free Shipping
Size:
16" x 20"

• 3D underwater topographic map (bathymetric chart)
• Framed in solid wood, ready to hang
• Protected by crystal clear Plexiglas
• Layered laser cut natural Baltic Birch wood
• Carved relief of nautical terrain
• Wooden chart work of art that will enhance any décor
• Locations etched & highlighted with special technique

Featured Locations on Map

Hawaii is the 50th and most recent state to be included in the United States. It is the only state located within the Oceania and comprised solely of islands. This northern island Pacific Ocean group is part of Polynesia in both the physiographic and ethnological aspects. The state itself is made up almost entirely of volcanic Hawaiian archipelago and hundreds of islands of varying sizes that extend out over 1,500 miles. There are eight major islands within the state, including Ni’ihau, Kaua’i, O’ahu, Moloka’i, Lana’i, Kaho’olawe, Maui, and the Island of Hawai’i. Hawaii is a popular tourist destination due to the lush natural scenery, its constant warm tropical climate, overabundance of public beaches, active volcanoes, and oceanic surroundings. All these features draw in tourists, surfers, biologists, and volcanologists alike. The state has over a million year-round residents and is the only state with an Asian plurality. With over 750 miles of coastline, it is the fourth longest state in the US after Alaska, Florida, and California.

  • A-Bay
  • Akaka Falls State Park
  • Akoni Pule Hwy
  • Alenuihaha Channel
  • Awehi Stream
  • Banyans Magics
  • Cape Kumukahi
  • Captain Cook
  • Chain of Craters Rd.
  • Ha’akoa Stream
  • Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park
  • Hilina Pali Rd.
  • Hilo
  • Hilo Bay
  • Hilo Kona Rd.
  • Holana Bay
  • Honoka’a
  • Honokaia Gulch
  • Honokane Nui’ Stream
  • Honokoa Gulch
  • Honokohau Bay
  • Honoli’i Stream
  • Honu’apo
  • Honu’apo Bay
  • Hualalai
  • ITO
  • Ka’alu’alu Bay
  • Kaaliali Trail
  • Kaalualu Rd.
  • Kahalu’u
  • Kahawaili’ili Gulch
  • Kailua-Kona
  • Kalaoa
  • Kalapana
  • Kapaau
  • Kapoho Rd.
  • Kapue Stream
  • Kaumoali Gulch
  • Kawaihae
  • Kawaihae Bay
  • Kea’au
  • Keaau-Pahoa rd.
  • Kealakaha Stream
  • Keauhou
  • Keauhou Bay
  • Keawaeli Bay
  • Kiholo Bay
  • Kilauea
  • KOA
  • Kohala Mountain Rd.
  • Kolekole
  • Kuahako Bay
  • Laupahoehoc
  • Leleiwi Point
  • Lo’ihi Seamount
  • Mahuka Bay
  • Mamalahoa Hwy
  • Mana Rd.
  • Manau Napoopoo
  • Manuka Bay
  • Maulua Bay
  • Mauna Kea
  • Mauna Kea State Park
  • Mauna Loa
  • Mauna Loa Rd.
  • Miloli’i
  • Mountain View
  • MUE
  • Na’alehu
  • Nali’ikakani Point
  • Nanue Stream
  • Ninole Cove
  • Niuli’i Stream
  • North Pacific Ocean
  • Ocean View
  • Ohakuman Bay
  • Ohiahuea Stream
  • Okoc Bay
  • Opihikao
  • Pa’auilo
  • Pahala
  • Pahale Stream
  • Pahoa
  • Papa’ikou
  • Pauko
  • Pepeekeo
  • Pinetrees
  • Pohakuloa Training Area
  • Pohoiki
  • Pohue Bay
  • Pu’u O’ Umi Nature Preserve
  • Punalu’u
  • Pupa Bay
  • Queen Ka’ahumanu Hwy
  • Redleg Tr.
  • Saddle Rd.
  • South Point
  • South Point Rd.
  • Stainback Hwy
  • UPP
  • Volcano
  • Waikapuna Bay
  • Waikoloa
  • Waikoloa Rd.
  • Waikoloa Stream
  • Wailea
  • Wailoa Stream
  • Wailuku River
  • Waimanu Bay
  • Waimea
  • Waipio
  • Waipio Bay
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