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Garmin BlueChart g2 HD w/High Resolution Satellite Imagery - Texas Gulf Coast

Garmin BlueChart g2 HD w/High Resolution Satellite Imagery - Texas Gulf Coast
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BlueChart® g2 HD w/High Resolution Satellite Imagery - Texas Gulf Coast

Combining on-screen navigation with the latest in high-resolution satellite imagery, this mapping product - with complete coverage on a single card - offers clear and current information regarding access to those backwaters, swamps and canals where standard government-issued marine charts may not accurately represent the shifting shorelines of navigable waterways.

  • Navigate with a true and realistic "bird's eye" view of the channels and shorelines in your area by integrating 1 meter high-resolution color satellite imagery with your chartplotter's marine cartography
  • Quickly and easily superimpose satellite images over your displayed charts for real-life views of waterways, landmarks, obstructions, terrain features and more
  • View aerials of shorelines, roads, marinas, canals and channels, which help provide the extra situational awareness you need to clearly see the big picture
  • For added perspective, BlueChart g2 HD cartography offers a choice of standard 2-D direct overhead or 3-D "over-the-bow" map views to further enhance chart interpretation and orientation


Features:
  • Find marinas
  • Visualize sand bars and deepest paths
  • Navigate marshes in flat bottom boats
  • Find points, humps and other cover that attract fish
  • Up to 1-foot contours reveal detailed sea floor terrain


Coverage:
Features coverage of the Texas Gulf Coast in g2 HD detail with up to 1-foot HD fishing contours and 1-meter high resolution satellite imagery, including Corpus Christi, Padre Island, Galveston and Beaumont.
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