C-MAP MAX-N+ NA-Y028 - Alaska

C-MAP MAX-N+ NA-Y028 - Alaska
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MAX-N+ NA-Y028 - Alaska

MAX-N+ brings all the popular C-MAP 4D features to the the Navico family of
chartplotters, including: Detailed Harbor Charts, Dynamic Raster
Charts,High-Resolution Satellite Imagery, Custom Shaded Depths, Dynamic
Tides & Currents, High-Resolution Bathymetric Data, Sport Fishing Data,
Aerial Photos, C-Marina Port Info & Multi-Language Charts.

C-MAP MAX-N+ brings trusted Jeppesen data and advanced charting features to
users of compatible Lowrance, Simrad and B&G navigation systems.

Whether you're an avid saltwater angler, sailing enthusiast or long-range
cruiser, these powerful charts will enhance every moment you spend on the
water. With huge coverage areas, up-to-date data and state-of-the-art
features, no adventure is out of reach.

Software Requirements:
  • Simrad NSO evo2 - Software Version 4.0
  • Simrad NSS evo2 - Software Version 3.0
  • B&G Zeus2 - Software Version 3.0
  • Lowrance HDS Gen2 - Software Version 4.0
  • Lowrance HDS Gen2 Touch - Software Version 4.5
  • Lowrance HDS Gen3 - Software Version 2.0

  • Dynamic Raster Charts - Give sailors a traditional "nautical chart"
    view with the ability to access important information. High-Resolution
    Bathymetric (HRB) charts and Sportfishing Data deliver powerful technology
    for avid anglers. Tides & Currents projections help both sailors and anglers
    plan their day
  • Full-Featured Vector Charts - Provide boaters with the accurate,
    up-to-date vector chart detail including Depth Areas and Contours, Spot
    Soundings, NavAids, Light Sectors, Wrecks/Obstructions, Small Craft
    Facilities and more
  • Harbor & Approach Details - Lets boaters approach any harbor and inlet
    with confidence - the perfect conclusion to a long voyage, sailing adventure
    or exciting day of bluewater fishing
  • Tides & Currents - Presents the time, water level and direction of tides
    with Tide Level graphs and indicates predicted current time, direction and
    strength of currents with Current Flow graphs and colored arrows. This
    information is vital for navigation and fishing
  • C-Marina Port Database - Provides useful, categorized information for
    cruisers, fishermen and sailors - including Port Layout and Facilities,
    Operating Hours, Accessibility, Phone/Email Contact Info and more
  • Detailed Marina Port Plans - Docking in an unfamiliar port is no
    problem, when you have precise layouts of thousands of marinas, including
    slip spaces, restricted areas, and other valuable navigation information
  • Dynamic Raster - Traditional "paper chart" look with unique ability to
    access information on buoys, lights and other details
  • Satellite - High-resolution satellite imagery provides real-world
    reference, enhances situational awareness for coastal navigation
  • High Resolution Bathy Data - The highest available detail of underwater
    pinnacles, ledges and canyons that are magnets for offshore and coastal
  • Sport Fishing Data - Provides angling intelligence for wrecks and reefs,
    Fish ID photos, fishing tips, updated regulations, state records and more
  • Aerial Photos - High-Definition Photos & Diagrams of ports, marinas and
    significant navigational marks
  • Custom Shaded Depths - Shaded depths make it easy to distinguish
    different water depths
  • Multi-Language - Display charts in both English and one of 19 local
    languages currently available

With available C-MAP MAX-N+ Local or Wide charts, boaters can find the
perfect coverage for their budget and needs. Local charts provide all the
MAX-N+ features with generous coverage areas that meet the needs of many
fishermen, cruisers and sailors. Wide charts provide expansive coverage
designed for long-distance cruisers, serious tournament fishermen and
voyaging sailors.
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