Released: Feb, 2012
Part Number: 010-D0820-00
See your vessel’s precise, on-chart position in relation to navaids, coastal features, anchorages, obstructions, waterways, restricted areas and more with this detailed marine mapping data. Also includes Safety Shading and Fishing Charts (in compatible units), smooth data transition between zoom levels, harmonious transition across chart borders and reduction of chart discontinuities in coverage areas.
- Includes realistic navigation features showing everything from shaded depth contours and coastlines to spot soundings, navaids, port plans, wrecks, obstructions, intertidal zones, restricted areas, IALA symbols and more.
- Features smooth displays, including seamless transitions between zoom levels and more continuity across chart boundaries.
- Allows users to choose between standard 2-D direct overhead or 3-D "over the bow" map perspective to make chart reading and orientation easier.
- Provides Safety Shading (in compatible units), allowing mariners to enable contour shading for all depth contours shallower than user-defined safe depths.
- Provides Fishing Charts (in compatible units), allowing mariners to scope out bottom contours and depth soundings with less visual clutter on the display.
- Allows users to conveniently plan and organize routes, from your computer, before your trip with HomePort™, compatible trip-planning software (sold separately).
This Cyrillic data card details main channel coverage of the major river systems and lakes of western Russia. Coverage includes the Don R. from the Sea of Azov (Azovskoe More) to the Tsimlyanskoe Reservoir (Tsimlyansk Vodokhranilishche); the Volga-Don Canal (Volgo-Donskoy Kanal) to the Volga R. which is shown in its entirety; the Kama R. from its junction with the Vyatka R. to the Volga R.; the Oka R. from Kaluga to its junction with the Moskva R; the Sheksna R. in its entirety; Lake Beloe (Beloye Ozero); the Volga-Baltic Canal (Volgo-Baltiyskiy Kanal); Lake Onega (Onezhskoe Ozero); the Svir R. to Lake Ladoga (Ladozhskoye Ozero); and the Neva R. to St. Petersburg (Sankt-Peterburg). Detailed coverage features the Volga-Batic Waterway, including the Rybinsk Resevior (Rybinskoye Vodokhranilishche); Lakes Onega (Onezhskoe), Ladoga (Ladozhskoye), and Beloe (Beloye).