The South Atlantic Coast Fine Art Print Map
Florida's Gulf Coast isn't Atlantic, but showing only part of the peninsula looks like a mistake; including Cape Hatteras makes both geographic and design sense, but means also including a great deal of the upland South, far from the South Atlantic. What this layout loses in focus is made up for by the advantage of showing the full extent of the rivers whose lower courses are such an important feature of the region.
This map covers all of the Florida Peninsula, extending west to the Apalachicola River. In the Atlantic we include the Bahamas south and east as far as Great Exuma Island. The Atlantic Coast is shown north up to the Virginia state line and includes all
of North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia as well as most of Florida (the
western Panhandle is NOT included), eastern Tennessee, and the eastern
edge of Alabama.
Dimensions: All map dimensions are approximate.