Hello and thank you for your question.
For background, see
Political Geography of the Oceans
"In 1960 UNCLOS II was held and in 1973 UNCLOS III took place.
Following UNCLOS III, a treaty was developed that attempted to tackle
the boundary issue. It specified that all coastal countries would have
a 12 nm territorial sea and a 200 nm Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ).
Each country would control the economic exploitation and environmental
quality of their EEZ.
"Though the treaty has yet to be ratified, most countries are adhering
to its guidelines and have begun to consider themselves ruler over a
200 nm domain."
Here's the overall map, although you will prefer a tighter scale
Map of the US Exclusive Economic Zone
And here's a slightly better closeup:
National Park System: East Coast, Gulf of Mexico and Great Lakes Sites
There is a fascinating physical map server at
The printed version of the map that you are looking for is:
Atlas of the U.S. exclusive economic zone, Atlantic continental margin
The above website will direct you to a library in your area (maybe)
that has the Atlas on hand.
But here, finally, is the online version that you asked for.
The home page of the website is
Home > Regional U.S. Map Server > U.S. Atlantic East Coast
U.S. Atlantic Coast and Eastern Region
Internet Map Server sites
From there you will see a link to
U.S. Atlantic East Coast
On the right hand side of this map, you can select only the top
folder, "Boundaries" and by expanding it, you can select only "U.S.
Exclusive Economic Zone limit"
You can also zoom in as tightly as you wish.
But you will need to select and de-select the various check boxes on
the right side of the screen to show the U.S. Exclusive Economic Zone
limit and nothing else.
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