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Marine Charts

  • Category: Navigation
  • Released date: 08/19/2010
  • Current Version: 2.0
  • Seller: EarthNC, Inc
  • Recommended Age: 9+
  • Download Size: 8243003
  • Last Update: 07/22/2011
  • Requirements: All

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EarthNC Marine Charts delivers a complete chart plotter solution on your iPhone and iPad. No other app delivers the same ease of use, depth of data, and range of features.

Key Features:

✓ All US charts included - No regional restrictions or individual charts to pay for and manage. Covers all NOAA Coastal, Great Lakes, and US Territories (USVI, Puerto Rico, etc...) also Army Corps charted major inland rivers.

✓ Most up-to-date charts - Our charts are automatically updated every 7 days directly from NOAA's servers.

✓ Online / Offline support - Not connected? Use our offline map downloads and POIs for voyages when you aren't connected to the internet.

✓ Integrated weather - We provide real-time weather and tide lookup including marine forecast, NOAA weather buoys, airport observations, and 3-day tides. Now with NOAA RADAR Overlay!

Other great features include:

✓ Fully indexed NOAA vector data, including markers, lights, tides, and nautical place names

✓ Up-to-date marina, anchorage, and bridge listings from, Marina Life, and Waterway Guide

✓ Record waypoints and tracks, and display real-time stats and graphs

✓ Get guidance along tracks and to waypoints

✓ Touch map markers for tide, weather, and POI info

✓ Import and export GPX data, to plan and chronicle trips - use to create routes as GPX files

✓ View auxiliary map sources, such as Google satellite imagery, MyTopo USGS maps, and OpenStreetMap road maps

✓ Decimal/DMS/DDM/MGRS/UTM coordinates, metric/imperial/nautical units

Please note that the "mature" rating is only required by Apple because the app accesses the internet.

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