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Bahamas chartplotter chip #287673
08/22/2022 09:39 AM
08/22/2022 09:39 AM
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First time sailing to Bahamas and looking for advice on whether to get a different chip. We have a Navionics+ chip in a Raymarine plotter. Any other chip people have used?
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Re: Bahamas chartplotter chip [Re: wizoc] #287725
08/23/2022 09:51 AM
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Are you chartering, or taking your own boat? If you're chartering, the charter company will have the right chips for your use. If you're taking your own boat -- sorry, I can't remember what we did (we have a Raymarine plotter). You might want to check the Active Captain website. Regardless of the chip, you'll be well-served by having the paper Explorer chart books -- they are worth their weight in gold because they contain lots of additional information.


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Re: Bahamas chartplotter chip [Re: wizoc] #287972
08/29/2022 09:56 AM
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The Explorer Charts are also on a C-Map chip that we have for your Raymarine MFD.

Here is the link: https://www.explorercharts.com/electronic-data


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