WaterProof Navigation Charts with Large Print - Florida
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Since their inception in 1989, these WaterProof Navigation Charts with Large Print have become America's most popular nautical charts. The Large Print editions feature larger print, bigger and clearer place names which make the charts easier to read and destinations easier to find. Incredibly accurate and exceptionally clear, used by Coast Guard and Navy, and simple to use with GPS, this fold-up WaterProof Navigation Charts of Florida is printed on easy-to-read, tear-resistant synthetic paper that’s so tough you can’t ruin it. Each WaterProof Navigation Chart with Large Print is printed on both sides and includes bright vivid colors which make depths easier to spot and GPS waypoints printed directly on the chart, making it quick and easy to set up your electronics. Charts measure 25'' x 38''.
Boca Grande to Osprey (Includes Lemon Bay) - Model 24E
This chart features a big blow up of the area starting at Little Sarasota Bay and continuing south to Gasparilla Island and Boca Grande Pass. The chart includes complete details of Boca Grande Pass Channel and an extra-large blow-up insert for Venice. Information collected from NOAA chart 11425. GPS Datum.
Barrier Islands Boca Grande to Estero Bay - Model 25E
This chart is very easy to read and provides coverage of Charlotte Harbor, Pine Island Sound and Matlacha Pass including all of Sanible. Offshore coverage up to six miles. The reverse side of the chart covers from Ft. Meyers Beach and Sanible up the river to Cape Coral, Ft. Meyers and East Ft. Myers. The chart also includes detail for Estero Bay and Hancock Creek while added street names in Cape Coral and a colored key make the chart even more user friendly. A total of 13 plotted and indexed GPS waypoints. Information collected from two NOAA charts; 11426 and 11427.GPS Datum.
Estero Bay to North Naples - Model 20E
Providing detailed coverage of this shallow area with local names and channels, the north side of the chart covers Fort Myers Beach, Matanzas Pass, Hurricane Bay and Pass, Estero Island and north Estero Bay to Mound Key, including the Hendry Creek and Mullock Creek and the Estero River with the new channel markers and Big Carlos Pass and the Lovers Key State Park area. The south side covers southern Estero Bay, Spring Creek, Fish Trap Bay, New Pass south thru Bonita Beach and the Vanderbilt Channel and Intrepid Waters. This side continues south thru the inside route behind Lely to Wiggins Pass with complete marker detail and south to the Vanderbilt Beach waterways and canals. Extensive field work details channels and markers available from no other source. Information compiled from county sources, NOAA charts, USGS topographical maps and local experts. Beautiful colors make this chart suitable for framing. GPS datum.
Naples to Marco Island - Model 41E
This nautical chart offers a great blowup-up of the popular area from Doctor's Pass south past Gordon Pass to Marco and Goodland. Includes detail of the Gordon River and Naples Bay, Capri Pass, Big Marco River and Coon Key Pass as well as the inner Cape Romano Shoals. Waypoints on both sides of the chart and coastal coverage to two miles offshore. Designed with waypoints on both sides and coastal coverage to two miles offshore. Information from NOAA chart; 11430. GPS Datum.
Goodland to Chokoloskee and Pavilion Key - Model 9E
This chart offers terrific continuous coverage of this very complex area. Large type and bright colors make this chart especially easy to use. Coverage from the Big Marco River south and west thru the Ten Thousand Islands including Dismal Key Pass, Fakahatchee Pass, West Pass and Indian Key Pass on Side ''A''. The reverse side ''B'' covers Everglades City and Chokoloskee, the Wilderness Waterway to Huston Bay (Marker 105) , and the complete islands and outer points southwest to Pavillion Key and the Huston River including Chokoloskee Pass, Rabbit Key Pass and Chatham Bend. The major passes are defined by plotted GPS waypoints indexed in a table which makes it exceptionally easy to set up your GPS. Campsites have been corrected to current conditions and are plotted, numbered, named and indexed with the campsites' GPS coordinates. For fishing and exploring this area, this is the one chart to have. Information from collected from NOAA chart 11430 and local field work. GPS datum.
Everglades City Area – Model 40E
This chart provides detailed coverage of the 10,000 Islands area from Tripod Key to Chatham Bend and includes Coon Key, Dismal Key, Port of the Islands and all the waterways south of Route 41. The chart was compiled from NOAA charts and USGS pictomaps, so the chart features canoe trails, inside small boat routes, updated beaches and campgrounds, GPS Waypoints and important areas of recent shoaling.
Miami to Card Sound - Model 23E
This chart offers the biggest blow up and best detail for the complete Miami Area from North Miami Beach to Key Largo. Very easy to read, the chart includes details for both Government Cut and Dinner Key. A total of 15 plotted and indexed GPS waypoints make navigation easy. Information from four NOAA charts; 11467, 11466, 11462 and 11451.
Marathon to Boca Chica – Model 34E
The chart provides the best detail of the popular Big Pine Key and Contents Key Area and covers from Marathon west to Boca Chica, north to Harbor Key Bank and south to the reef. Chart enhancements include backcountry routes, areas of recent shoaling, current USFWS restrictions, day use areas and 51 sets of GPS waypoints plotted and indexed on the chart. Information from three NOAA charts 11445, 11448 and 11442. GPS Datum.
Key West Harbor to the Marquesas - Model 10E
This chart’s exceptional clarity makes it easy to read while vivid colors highlight the most important characteristics of this beautiful area. Side ''A'' cover the area from Boca Chica Key to west of the Marquesas Keys, north to the Calda Channel, Smith Shoal and south to the edge of the reef, including the entire Lakes Passage and detail of the bottom surrounding Boca Grande Key and the Marquesas. The reverse side has excellent detail of Key West harbor, the channels and anchorage areas around Fleming Key, the Garrison Bight and Yacht Club areas. Coverage extends east to Oceanside Marina and Boca Chica, north to the south end of the Northwest Channel jetties and west to the Seven Sisters. Great harbor detail in an easy to use format. Eleven GPS waypoints plotted at critical locations make it easy to set up your electronics. For larger boats visiting Key West and small boats fishing the Lakes Passage and Marquesas this chart is a must. Information from three NOAA charts.
Cape Coral Canals - Model 7E
This nautical chart provides terrific coverage of the canals of this city. The south side of the chart covers the Caloosahatchee River from Shell Point north to the new midpoint bridge and all canals and lakes are displayed with their official names north to Veterans Parkway. The reverse side covers all canals north from Veterans Parkway to Kismet Parkway noted with their names. Each canal is defined with a color scheme to indicate A) Sailboat Canals (not bridged) B) Powerboat Canals (bridged) and C) Fresh Water Canals (not linked navigationally to salt water). In addition all bridge heights are shown establishing clearance requirements. Major roads and city facilities such as locks, lifts and weirs, as well as parks, schools, and hospitals are shown. Boat ramps are located in both fresh and salt water areas and there is a location and phone number for each marina within the area of coverage. The river and Matlacha Pass areas are described with a simplified system of describing markers which makes the chart very easy to use. Information collected from NOAA chart 11427, Lee County GIS, private sources and field work.