coast chart

coast chart

[′kōst ‚chärt]
(navigation)
A nautical chart for use in inshore, coastwise navigation when a course carries a vessel inside outlying reefs and shoals, for use in entering or leaving bays and harbors of considerable size, or for use in navigating larger inland waterways.
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Also, despite searching, I have been unable to establish what charts the First Fleet vessels carried, but presumably Cook's East Coast chart and general charts of the Indian and Pacific Oceans were included.
It made the West Coast chart's Top 10 and reached No 33 in the US charts.
COAST CHARTS: scales from 1:50,000 to 1:150,000 for inshore navigation leading to bays and harbors of considerable width, and for navigating large inland waterways.