Island Map Publishing is owned by a partnership headed by Todd Turrell since its formation in 2005.  Along with partners Tim Hall, Marielle Nageon de LeStang and Amanda Horton, Todd leads the team to produce modern maps of the Bahamas, Caribbean, Florida and many more regions.


With lead cartographer Randi Jones, all new maps are produced with a mix of sophisticated software, charts, aerials, and GIS.  Every map is carefully reviewed and edited by a local with intimate knowledge of the area.  The end result is informative, interesting and colorful maps that are both accurate and beautiful.


Bio of Todd Turrell:


Todd T. Turrell is an ocean engineer living in Naples, Florida.  He has spent his career along the waterfront of Florida, the Bahamas and Caribbean with a keen interest in natural history and the dealings of man along the coast.  Todd’s degree in was earned from Florida Atlantic University where he taught flying, and his M.B.A was achieved from Nova Southern.  He has flown extensively around Florida, the Florida Keys and the Bahamas for over 40 years as a part of his work in and around the sea.  Todd is an avid boater, pilot, diver and collector of nautical antiques and maps of the Caribbean.


In 1988 he founded Turrell, Hall & Associates, a marine and environmental consulting firm specializing in waterfront and environmentally sensitive sites around the world.  Todd is the author of three books; Naples Waterfront, Changes in Time (2009) and A History of The Bahamas Through Maps (2015) and The Florida Keys, A History Through Maps (2020).

Rated 5 out of 5
Your maps are colorful, beautiful and informative. We have 6 of them and still want more!

Robert K

Rated 5 out of 5
LOVE the Bahamas book!  I got it last night and can't stop looking at it.  Fantastic book I will cherish forever.  Thank you!

Chuck L

Rated 4.5 out of 5
Your Bahamas Map is the best I've ever seen. I ordered two copies - one for my vacation home in Abaco and the other for my home in Ohio. Great job, we love them!

Ann R

Rated 5 out of 5
I bought the Caribbean map for my office, and everyone just stops and stares at it.  They love to point out where they've been and where they want to go.

Chris P

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