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Jeppesen’s MAX-N cartography

Recent upgrades to Jeppesen’s MAX-N cartography, which is used on Lowrance, Simrad and B&G Zeus Touch multifunction displays, provide navigators with a host of new features
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Recent upgrades to Jeppesen’s MAX-N cartography, which is used on Lowrance, Simrad and B&G Zeus Touch multifunction displays, provide navigators with a host of new features, including Jeppesens’ global Dynamic Tides & Currents database. Other upgrades include the company’s proprietary Easy Routing program, which automatically works out the shortest, safest route to a destination and displays any potential hazards along each leg of a journey. Both Dynamic Tide & Currents and Easy Routing are also in the process of being added to a variety of other platforms. MAX-N is available in either a less expensive “Local” format with a limited coverage area or a “Wide” format for those whose sailing takes them farther afield. Both chart types are delivered via micro SD cards.

From $119.  jeppesen.com/marine/MAX-N

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