Jeppesen, Navico, Provide Compatible Chartplotters

Press Release
Friday, February 15, 2013
Image credit Navico

C-MAP by Jeppesen Cartography available on Lowrance, Simrad Yachting and B&G Chartplotters and Multifunction Displays.

Navigation experts, Jeppesen, and Navico, a leader in recreational marine electronics and parent company to the Lowrance, Simrad Yachting and B&G brands, have teamed up to provide consumers with a new charting option.

C-MAP MAX-N now provides boaters and fishermen with an enhanced navigational experience by offering C-MAP by Jeppesen cartography for Lowrance, Simrad Yachting and B&G brand chartplotters and multifunction displays.

Presently debuting at the Miami International Boat Show, Feb. 14-18, in Miami, Fla.,  C-MAP MAX-N will be compatible at launch with Lowrance Elite-7, HDS Gen1, Gen 2 and Gen2 Touch; Simrad NSS, NSE and NSO; as well as B&G Zeus Touch multifunction displays.

"We are excited to partner with Navico, one of the world's foremost manufacturers of marine electronics," said James Detar , Jeppesen portfolio management director. "We are proud to work together to offer their customers a seamless, best-in-class navigation solution for boaters and anglers around the globe."

"With C-MAP by Jeppesen charts on board, we are able to give boaters and anglers an information-rich view of their world on the water," said Leif Ottosson , CEO, Navico. "We will continue to define the future of marine navigation, as we work with industry-leading data providers for best-in-class charting compatibility and unrivaled product integration with our family of chartplotters and multifunction displays."


 

  • Simrad Chartplotter Display: Image credit Navico

    Simrad Chartplotter Display: Image credit Navico

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