Navionics Introduces XL Charts for Europe

Wednesday, January 09, 2002
Navionics SpA announced the release of a new product line, XL Charts, consisting of larger charts covering Europe. The new XL Charts are two to three times larger than previous products, which include new areas, and features a complete update of all existing coverage areas. New XL Charts for the U.S. were released last month, while other areas such as Canada, Central and South America, Australia and New Zealand will be available by the end of January 2002. Navionics charts are used in many popular chart plotters, PC and Palm Pilot systems from prominent instrument manufacturers such as Furuno, Geonav, Lowrance, Northstar, Raymarine S&W U.K., Silva, SW&N and others.

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