Sebago Lake, Maine 3-D Nautical Wood Chart, Large, 24.5" x 31"
Sebego Lake is a popular recreation destination just outside of Portland. The “big still water” is a known extreme weather hotspot. Its proximity to the Atlantic Ocean and to Mt. Washington creates excellent conditions for erratic and sudden changes in weather. The unpredictable weather doesn’t put a damper on its popularity as a prolific fishing spot.
Sebego Lake is the deepest lake in Maine. Originally formed over 14,000 years ago by melting glaciers, Sebego Lake reached its current depth through the creation of the Eel Weir Dam in 1866. It is one of few water sources in the United States that requires no filtration – the surrounding forests form a magnificent natural water-cleaning system.
The Sebago Lake 3D nautical wood chart is made of Baltic Birch. This wood map displays the bathymetry of the lake in intricate detail. The depths of the water and details of the coast are expertly etched in the Baltic Birch and completed with engraved points of interest. The wood map is finished in a solid wood frame and arrives ready to hang.
Points of Interest on the Sebago Lake 3D Nautical Lake Art Include:
Frye Island, Harmon Beach, Raymond, Richville, South Casco, South Naples, and Steep Falls Wildlife Management Area
Sebago Lake 3D Lake Art Details:
Crafted with Baltic Birch
Custom Wood Frame
Details of Depth are Laser-cut
Names and Locations Engraved
Acrylic Glass Protection
Arrives Ready to Hang
Classic, Dark Brown Frame, Greenish-Blue Water Color
Rustic Grey Frame, Greyish-Blue Water Color