Nautical charts C-MAP launches the new range of cards.

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C-MAP launches the new range of cards, usable all over the world

C-MAP, a leader in digital marine mapping and cloud-based mapping, today launched a redesigned and simplified chart portfolio for Lowrance, Simrad and B&G plotters with the introduction of C-Map Discover & Reveal.

As a replacement for the MAX-N + range, C-MAP Reveal papers show the best of C-MAP. This solution offers exceptional inland and seabed shading, as well as all major C-Map Discover features, including full vector maps.


DISCOVER – Improved HRB 2

“This is a really important evolution for C-MAP,” explains Max Cecchini, Executive Vice President of C-MAP. “We heard from our customers that the C-MAP range was too complicated and we have adapted, offering a simple two-tier product range that provides extremely reliable data for all products, including the basic Discover series.”

“With Reveal, boaters have additional features available, including the feature to see shaded landforms everywhere along the coast and inland, previously only available on our local products in highly restricted coastal areas. It was our customers who asked for this. ‘Revolution’ and we’re excited to change the game for all boaters by making this view available globally. ”

C-MAP Reveal – The Revolution

See the world around you like never before with the Reveal Bump Shading feature now available worldwide. The 3D rendering of the land surface and underwater landforms with very high resolution bathymetry imagery, previously only available in MAX-N + Reveal, represents a revolutionary advance for anglers and divers.

C-MAP Reveal also offers dynamic raster graphics, which look like traditional graphics, with easy access to all objects in the graphic and aerial photography, providing an additional level of detail with thousands of photos of marinas, ports, streams and others. relevant navigation features.

Reveal’s satellite overlay provides a true reference and improves situational understanding when navigating the shoreline if you are in unfamiliar surroundings.