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Garmin Bluechart G2 Vision MicroSD/SD Cards

Garmin Bluechart G2 Vision MicroSD/SD Cards

Description

The Garmin Bluechart G2 Vision MicroSD/SD Card includes all of the features of our BlueChart® g2 product, plus 3-D perspective above and below the waterline, Auto Guidance, high-resolution imagery, and aerial photos of ports, harbors, marinas and landmarks.

Features

  • Shaded Depth Contours, Coastlines, Spot Soundings, Navaids, Port Plans, Wrecks, Obstructions, Intertidal Zones, Restricted Areas, And IALA Symbols
  • Seamless Transitions Between Zoom Levels And More Continuity Across Chart Boundaries
  • High Resolution Satellite Imagery For A Realistic View Of The Land And Water
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Details

VUS401S Covers:

Provides coverage of Bermuda detailing Saint George's Island and Harbour, Harrington Sound, Somerset Island, the Great and Little Sounds, Hamilton Island, and Castle Harbour.

VAE005R Covers:

General coverage of the coasts of the Philippines, portions of Indonesia, including Java, and Malaysia located to the east of Singapore and west of Halmahera Island, and portions of East Timor. Included in this overall general coverage are numerous detailed charts covering areas such as the Indonesian cities of Jakarta, Semarang, and Ujungpandang, Manila, Phil., Kota Kinabalu, Mal., and Bandar Seri Begawan, Brun. Detailed coverage of the Mariana Islands is also included.

VUS038R Covers:

Coverage of Raritan Bay to Virginia Beach including Tarrytown, Fire Island Inlet, the entire New Jersey coastline, the C&D Canal, Delaware Bay, the Delaware River to Trenton, Chesapeake Bay, Baltimore, the Potomac River to Washington D.C., Chincoteague Bay, Cape Charles, Newport News, and Norfolk. 

VUS034R Covers:

Covers the Aleutian Islands from Attu Island to Cold Bay, including Adak Station and Unalaska. Also covers the Pribilof Islands, including St. Paul Island and St. George Island. 

VUS037R Covers:

Detailed coverage of the West coast of North America from Vancouver, Can. to the U.S. border with Mexico. Detailed coverage includes Puget Sound, San Francisco Bay, San Diego Harbor, the Columbia and Snake Rivers, and the California Delta to Sacramento and Stockton. 

VEU059R Covers:

Detailed coverage of the Eastern coast of Greenland from Germania Land around the southern tip of Greenland to Godthab (Nuuk) on the SW coast: Also details Jameson Land, Ammassalik, Julianehab (Qaqortoq), and Nanortalik.

VEU058R Covers:

Detailed coverage of the Western coast of Greenland frmo Thule (Qaanaaq) around the southern tip of Greenland to Lindenow Fjord (Kangerlussuatsiaq) on the SE coast. Also details Ikerasak, Holsteinsborg (Sisimiut), Godhavn (Qeqertarsuaq), Godthab (Nuuk), Julianehab (Qaqortoq), and Nanortalik.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Garmin Bluechart G2 Vision MicroSD/SD Cards 010-C1024-00 Bluechart G2 Vision MicroSD/SD Card, VUS401S- Bermuda
$234.38
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Garmin VAE005R - Philippines Java Mariana Islands - G2 Vision SD 010-C0880-00 Bluechart G2 Vision MicroSD/SD Card, VAE005R- Philippines Java Mariana Islands
$281.24
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Garmin Bluechart G2 - VUS038R - New York To Chesapeake - Vision MicroSD & SD 010-C1004-00 Bluechart G2 Vision MicroSD/SD Card, VUS038R- New York to Chesapeake
$281.24
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Garmin Bluechart G2 VUS034R Aleutian Islands - Vision microSD/SD 010-C0735-00 Bluechart G2 Vision MicroSD/SD Card, VUS034R- Aleutian Islands
$281.24
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Garmin Bluechart G2 - VUS037R - Vancouver - San Diego - Vision microSD/SD 010-C1003-00 Bluechart G2 Vision MicroSD/SD Card, VUS037R- Vancouver, San Diego
$281.24
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Garmin Bluechart G2 - VEU059R - Greenland East - Vision microSD/SD 010-C1002-00 Bluechart G2 Vision MicroSD/SD Card, VEU059R- Greenland East
$328.11
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Garmin Bluechart G2 - VEU058R - Greenland West - Vision microSD/SD 010-C1001-00 Bluechart G2 Vision MicroSD/SD Card, VEU058R- Greenland West
$328.11
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