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Wednesday, December 7, 2016

C-MAP MAX-N+ Cartography Now Available

July 29, 2014

Lowrance HDS-12 Gen2 Touch with Jeppesen C-Map Max-N+ Cartography

Lowrance HDS-12 Gen2 Touch with Jeppesen C-Map Max-N+ Cartography

Global electronic chart provider Jeppesen along with Lowrance, Simrad and B&G brands in marine electronics, have announced the global release of C-MAP MAX-N+ cartography. This revolutionary cartography has been developed to bring new features, advanced chart detail and improved performance to boaters using popular Lowrance HDS Gen2 and Gen2 Touch, Simrad NSS evo2 & NSO evo2, and B&G Zeus2& Zeus Touch chart plotter/multifunction display systems.

MAX-N+ gives Lowrance, Simrad and B&G users with compatible systems the benefit of Jeppesen’s global Dynamic Tides and Currents database. The feature predicts the time, water level and direction of the tides and presents this information to boaters with Tide Levelgraphs. The current prediction feature can predict the time, direction and strength of currents using Current Flow graphs, as well as graphically with colored arrows indicating current speed and direction. Predictions for Tides and Currents can be viewed days in advance and provides boaters vital information such as the best time to navigate a tricky inlet or where to find the best fishing spots or anchoring positions.

MAX-N+ also features Jeppesen’s C-Marina Port database, providing access to detailed information on popular ports and marinas around the world. Onscreen Port Detail icons open to provide categorized information including port layout and facilities, operating hours, accessibility, phone/email contact information and more.

MAX-N+ charts are offered in MAX-N+ Local ($119) and MAX-N+ Wide ($199) coverage areas, providing both value and extensive boating range. They can be purchased through Jeppesen dealers worldwide on preprogrammed micro SD cards (with adapter), or online via Jeppesen direct. They can also be purchased directly through the Insight Store.

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