Monterey Bay Map (2005)
This 2005 map is different from but similar to the new Monterey Bay map that came out in summer 2010 in the Coastal California series. It is larger as well. The creator of all these maps did ocean floor mapping for the Monterey Bay Aquarium's Research Institute for several years, so he knows this territory very well. Map spans from Big Basin State Park in the Santa Cruz Mountains in the northwest and east to the Diablo Range, Gabilan Range, Morgan Hill and Gilroy.
Southern edge spans from Point Sur on the coast and Ventana Double Cone Peak in Ventana Wilderness almost to Greenfield in the Salinas Valley, where Salinas and Chualar are also shown. The map's most dramatic feature is the immense Monterey Submarine Canyon, a striking and dramatic feature.
This map is now out of print. You can order the new edition.
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Monterey Bay Map by Bluewater Maps
Mendocino Coast Map, Coastal California Series by Bluewater Maps
Sonoma-Marin Coast Map, Coastal California Series by Bluewater Maps
Big Sur Coast Map, Coastal California Series by Bluewater Maps
San Francisco Bay Map, Coastal California Series by Bluewater Maps
Salt Lake City & the Wasatch Front Map by Bluewater Maps
Humboldt Coast Map, Coastal California Series by Bluewater Maps
Island of O'ahu Map by Bluewater Maps
San Juan Islands and Southern Gulf Islands Region Map by Bluewater Maps
San Juan Islands Map by Bluewater Maps
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