Waterproof Navigation Charts for Florida
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Providing all the necessary details for a safe nautical adventure, these incredibly precise Waterproof Navigation Charts are a must have for anyone who enjoys cruising along the Florida coast or exploring offshore. Incredibly accurate and exceptionally clear, used by Coast Guard and Navy, and simple to use with GPS, these fold-up Waterproof Navigation Charts of Florida are printed on easy-to-read, tear-resistant synthetic paper that's so tough you can’t ruin it. Each Waterproof Navigation Chart is printed on both sides and includes compass headings, depth contours, landmarks as well as GPS waypoints printed directly on the chart, making it quick and easy to set up your electronics. Unfolded the charts measure 25'' x 38''.
Fort Walton Beach to Destin Intracoastal Waterway - Model 91
This nautical chart offers complete coverage of the Intracoastal Waterway from Oriole Beach at mile marker 195 thru mile marker 270 (west of Panama City's West Bay) and all of Choctawhatcee Bay in excellent detail. The Destin, Ft. Walton Beach and Valparaiso area is enlarged to make it very easy to read and GPS waypoints are printed directly on the chart. A colored key on each side makes the chart very easy to understand and large print place names make your target areas easy to locate. Information from NOAA chart 11385. GPS Datum.
Upper Keys - Model 33
From Soldier Key and Black Point in Biscayne Bay, this navigation chart covers the entire area south to Marathon with both detailed Intracoastal coverage and offshore coverage showing complete reef details. The chart also includes complete coverage of Florida Bay and Flamingo Area and expanded detail insets for North Key Largo, Windley Key (Holiday Isles) Area, Tavenier, Indian Key Area, Marathon and Flamingo. A total of 15 plotted and indexed GPS waypoints make navigation easy. Information from four NOAA Charts; 11462, 11451, 11442 and 11452. GPS Datum.
Lower Keys - Model 34
This nautical chart of the Lower Keys provides coverage from Marathon to Key West on one side and features the Marquesas and Rebecca Shoal out to the Dry Tortugas on the reverse side. The chart also includes a detailed blow up for Key West Harbor. Covers the Big Pine area from the reef to the content, Keys and Turtlecrawl Bank. A total of 18 GPS waypoints are plotted and indexed. You’ll find excellent coverage of Hawk Channel and the reef, however this chart does not give good detail of the Dry Tortugas. Information from four NOAA Charts; 11442, 11439, 11434, and 11445.
Lost Man's River to Whitewater Bay - Model 39
This chart provides detailed coverage of the southwest Everglades, coastal and inside coverage from Plover Key south to Shark River on the north side, including Lostmans and Broad Rivers. The south side of the chart has detailed coverage of the coast of Cape Sable, and all of Whitewater Bay on the inside. Canoeist and other small boat enthusiasts will enjoy complete details for the Wilderness Waterway. The chart also includes Flamingo and north Florida Bay area south to Clive Key and east to the Dump Keys and Terrapin Bay. Information from two NOAA Charts; 11433 and 11432. GPS Datum.
Everglades and 10,000 Islands - Model 41
This navigation chart provides detailed coastal coverage from Naples south covering Cape Romano Shoals to Chatham Bend and Pavilion Key. Complete coverage for Naples and 10,000 Islands to Lostmans River, including the Everglades City and Chokoloskee Area. Canoeist and other small boat enthusiasts will enjoy complete details for the Wilderness Waterway. Information from two NOAA Charts; 11430 and 11429.
Lake Okeechobee, Fort Meyer Beach to Stuart - Model 20
Starting on the East Coast at the St. Lucie Inlet, this nautical chart details the St. Lucie River and Canal to Lake Okeechobee, including complete coverage of the lake and Rim Canal. The chart's extra large blown up coverage from the lake west thru Ft. Myers to Sanibel and Ft. Myers Beach makes it even more valuable. The chart also includes additional names for local lake features, a colored key to make panels easy to understand and big place names make towns easy to find. Information from three NOAA Charts; 11427, 11428 and 11472. GPS Datum.