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  • Updating Charts

    Updating Charts

    The only way to access the most current map of your lake is to update your card or to have the app on your phone/tablet. I have both. I use the Navionics Regions West card and the app. Here is what it looks like.

  • Enhanced Navionics+ detailed charts now with $50 rebate for compact chartplotters

    Enhanced Navionics+ detailed charts now with $50 rebate for compact chartplotters

    Revolutionary chart maker Navionics, has packed their new Navionics+ titles with additional features at an affordable price for smaller boat owners. The Navionics+ charts now include ready-to-use coastal nautical charts and thousands of lakes preloaded with the crowd-sourced, hi-definition SonarChartâ„¢, as well as the downloadable and publically-sourced Community Edits. Boaters can benefit from twelve months of free chart and Community Edits updates. Leading plotter manufacturers have integrated other hi-tech features of Navionics+ charts such as the time/fuel-saving Dock-to-Dock Autorouting and Plotter Sync.

  • Navionics Webinar |: How to update your Navionics charts

    Navionics Webinar |: How to update your Navionics charts

    Webinar (FI): How to update your Navionics charts Webinar by Nico Kavaleff from John Nurminen

  • Coast Guard Approves Use of Electronic Charts to Replace Paper

    Coast Guard Approves Use of Electronic Charts to Replace Paper

    The U.S. Coast Guard published guidance Feb. 5 that allows mariners to use electronic charts and publications instead of paper charts, maps and publications.