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Trigonometrical Plan of ‘Seirabonade’ (known now as Sir Abu Nu’ayr or Airaei)

A detailed chart of the island showing both land relief and hydrography.

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Reference: P710
Date 1823
Hydrographer/Surveyor/Artist: Lieuts: J.M.Guy & G.B. Brucks. Drawn by M: Houghton. HCM
Size Of Original: w 53cm x h 48cm
Paper Type German Hahnemuhle Etching Paper 310gms (original size)

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The Marine Division of the Honourable East India Company originally published the chart in 1823.  Lieutenants J. M. Guy & G. B. Brucks completed the original survey work prior to that date, and it was drawn by M: Houghton.

The chart shows fresh water wells and a ruined tower on the island. In the waters around the island the track of the vessel taking the hydrographical soundings can be clearly seen. True Meridian is shown. Within the Remarks, latitude is given as 25º 12’ 44” North, with a variation 4º 30’ West (these are taken from the south end of the island). A scale of 1 mile is provided on the chart. On a point of interest, the island is located at 25º 21’ 46”, 54º 24’ 87”.



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