Post Sandy Remap New Jersey Project

SeaDiscovery.com
Thursday, July 11, 2013

Navionics has partnered with the Marine Trades Association of New Jersey, West Marine and other local businesses to organize the Remap New Jersey/Sandy Project. The Remap New Jersey/ Sandy Project is a three-day event to be held July 19-21 to remap affected areas along the New Jersey coast. As part of this effort, Navionics will donate $1 per mile of sonar logs to benefit the Marine Trades Association of New Jersey Recovery and Relief Fund.

How to help
Hummingbird and Garmin users can record sonar logs, and then upload them to the Navionics webstore.  Updated charts, reflecting everyone's contributions to SonarCharts and Community Edits, can be downloaded after about one week. Visit navionics.com/sandy for further details.

Navionics representatives will be at three locations to kick off the event with how-to seminars. There will be free food, drinks and prizes to those who show up to learn how to help fellow boaters remap the coast. Seminars will be held July 18 and 19 from 6-8 p.m. at the following locations.

51 Chambersbridge Road
Brick, NJ 08723 
Phone: 732-864-8140

494 Market Street
Perth Amboy, NJ 08861-4565
Phone: 732-442-5700

258 New Road
Somers Point NJ 08244-2177
Phone: 609-601-0061

Additional Remap New Jersey/Sandy Project Partners are GMT Electronics, Lockwood Boat Works, Manasquan River Club, Professional Sportfish Services, ProMarine Electronics.

navionics.com/sandy

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