C-MAP MAX Philippines

C-MAP MAX Philippines


The C-MAP MAX Philippines features coverage of Shanhu Island, Shi Island, Swallow Island, and many more.


  • Updated Twice Annually To Provide All The Latest Detail And Information
  • Compatible With Dozens Of Chartplotters From Top Manufacturers
  • Extensive Coverage Of Coastal Waters, Lakes, And Rivers
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Covers Pulau Gaya, Teluk Usukan, Kudat, Pulau Sakar, Bakapit, Kunak, Luuk Saul Anchorage, Luuk Sula Bay, Luuk Bay, Siasi Island, Maimbung bay, Jolo Anchorage, Capual Island, Bulan Island, Amoyloi Anchorage, Bojelebung Channel, Port Basilan, Zamboaanga, Sibuco Bay, Panabutan Bay, Port Santa Maria, Banga, Taba Bay, Dapilan Bay, Inamucan Bay, Paypayan Bay, Jimenez, Ozamiz City, Tambo, Cotabato City, Nasipit Harbour, Entrance to Agusan River, Port Surigao, Dinagat Cove, Lamon Anchorage, Catarman Anchorage, Mati, Port Tabulan, Sarangani Bay, Sehenda Rumah, Duata, Palau Island, South Bata Bay, Bago, San Carlos, Cebu City, Bay Bay, Dingat, Port Borongan, Calbayog, Masbate, Naga, San Pedro, San Pablo, Olongapo, San Fernando, Laoag and Nanwan Bay.

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