C-MAP: App Boating
C-MAP, a leader in digital marine mapping and cloud-based mapping, renamed and enhanced its Embark application to C-MAP: App Boating: a name more in line with the brand’s portfolio of products, services and identity.
C-MAP: App Boating can be downloaded for free and with a free trial version of the paid functions, accessible via phone, tablet or computer.
This announcement comes at a time when C-MAP is investing heavily in its marine navigation application. This includes the introduction of the latest high-resolution cartography and updated features. C-MAP: App Boating is one of the best rated marine navigation applications on the market; It has been rated 4.7 in the App Store and 4.6 in the Google Play Store.
New navigation tools
In addition to the improvements made to the maps, the application has a new distance measurement tool and a coordinate search tool, both aimed at improving the navigation experience in the application, as well as automatic routing functions, personal waypoints, most popular routes and tracks.
Up-to-date and detailed weather data
The app’s marine weather forecast has also been updated, and users can find out the moon phase for their next fishing or sailing trip. In addition, users can now see the conditions along the entire route, be it rain, wind, tidal or wave information.
Thousands of new points of interest
In partnership with Nantly, a social cruise guide specializing in moorings and marinas, the app now lists thousands of other destinations around the world, allowing users to easily search for a berth or other points of interest, including beaches, shops. . and so.
This data includes additional information on available services, VHF channel, telephone number, number of berths, draft, length, photos and user opinions.
Now available in six languages
C-MAP: App Boating has also expanded its global footprint, now available in German and Italian, as well as English, French, Spanish and Norwegian.
C-MAP: App Boating is available for free to download and access on a variety of devices, including phones, tablets, and computers. Users traveling in an area without internet or mobile data coverage can upgrade to Premium and download offline maps and weather to stay safe wherever they are browsing.