010-C1114-00

Garmin Canada LakeVu HD Ultra

Garmin Canada LakeVu HD Ultra

Description

The Gamin Canada LakeVu HD Ultra contains more than 6,000 freshwater Canadian lakes; 1,000 in Alberta, British Columbia, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Quebec, Saskatchewan and Yukon provinces as well as the Great Lakes and Trent Severn Waterway have 1 foot high definition contours shore-to-shore

Features

  • Adds Visual Depth To 2-D Maps, Making It Easier To Interpret Humps And Valleys On HD Lakes
  • Simplifies Navigation By Suggesting The Best Paths On HD Lakes (Auto Guidance Technology)
  • Pinpoints The Best Fishing Spots With High-Resolution Depth Range Shading, Which Allows You To View Your Target Depth At A Glance
List Price
$199.99
Your Price
$187.49
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Details

Get everything available with Canada LakeVü™ HD plus Auto Guidance, Depth Range Shading, Dynamic Lake Level adjustments, satellite imagery and 3-D perspectives above and below the waterline.

Coverage:
Features detailed coverage of more than 6,000 freshwater Canadian lakes; more than 1,000 lakes in Alberta, British Columbia, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Quebec, Saskatchewan and Yukon provinces as well as the Great Lakes and Trent Severn Waterway are high def with 1 foot contours shore-to-shore.

Compatible Devices:

  • GPSMAP® Series
  • GPSMAP® 8500/8530 Black Box
  • Volvo Penta Glass Cockpit System
  • echoMAP™ Series
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Garmin Canada LakeVu HD Ultra 010-C1114-00 Canada LakeVu HD Ultra, microSD/SD Card For GPSMAP And echoMAP Series
$187.49
In Stock

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