Latitude and longitude of Nab Tower
The Nab Tower was a tower planned for anti-submarine protection in The Solent in World War I. It was sunk over the Nab rocks east of the Isle of Wight to replace a lightship after the war, and is a well known landmark for sailors as it marks the deep water eastern entry into the Solent.
Latitude: 50° 40' 2.99" N
Longitude: 0° 57' 4.19" E