Looking out my window on Mishaum Point, South Dartmouth, MA on August 7, 1992 towards Cuttyhunk Island, I saw several large vertical, pylon looking things. Very strange indeed. Some friends and I got in a powerboat to take a look and as we got closer, the verticals just got larger and larger until we realized the verticals were the stacks of a large liner. As it turns out, it was the Queen Elizabeth 2, which has touched bottom a couple of times going twenty five knots transiting from Oak Bluffs to New York. This nautical watercolor chart shows the exact spot where it first touched bottom. Details of the investigation are here.
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We love our chart of Buzzards Bay and our boat! Beautifully artistic and an accurate rendering of our sailboat!!Thanks... Richie!!read more
Nancy Jordan Messina
Our chart of Martha's Vineyard is gorgeous and looks like an original watercolor. It includes a likeness of our boat... placed near where we dock it and a red star locating our house on the island. The professional framing completed the artwork perfectly and it now hangs proudly over our mantle! Thank you, Richie, at My Custom Chart!read more
Julie Perkins Cordonnier
I love my chart! It's a beautiful watercolor rendering of a nautical chart. I gave it to my fly-fisherman husband and... customized it with a fish called False Albacore. He went crazy for it! Everybody compliments the chart. What a talented artist.read more