CMOR Chart for Long/Block Island Sound and Martha's Vineyard for Navico

CMOR Chart for Long/Block Island Sound and Martha's Vineyard for Navico

With CMOR for Long Island/Block Island and Martha's Vineyard for Navico you will receive a pre-loaded microSD/SD Card with 2000 square miles of continuous bottom detail including shipwrecks, throusands of uncharted rocks, ledges and mounds! Depths range from 1-385 feet and coverage starts in Norwalk, CT and expands to east of Block Island. If you're looking for highly detailed and accurate map data, CMOR maps are sure to deliver.
  • SKUCOLIMV001S
  • MAN#LIMV001S
  • ID#: 6568
(Rating 90)
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Highly Detailed Charts for Your Navico Chartplotter!

The CMOR Chart for Long/Block Island Sound and Martha's Vineyard for Navico includes coverage from Norwalk, CT on the NW corner to Eatons Neck on the SW corner and extends through the sound to east of Block Island. NOAA Charts 12353, 12363, 13205 and 13218 are included in the background of this chart.

Lowrance

  • HDS Gen1 series
  • HDS Gen2 series (both keypad and touchscreen)
  • HDS Gen3 series
  • HDS Carbon
  • HDS Live
  • Elite HDI series
  • Elite CHIRP series
  • Elite Ti series
  • Elite FS series

Simrad

  • NSS
  • NSS evo3
  • NSS evo3S
  • NSE
  • NSO
  • NSO evo2
  • NSO evo3
  • GO XSE
  • GO XSR
CMOR Chart for Mid Atlantic for Navico Box Contents
Each CMOR Mid Atlantic for Navico Comes with:
  • CMOR Chart on MicroSD Card in SD Card Adaptor
CMOR Mid Atlantic for Navico Key Features
  • Your vessel icon is overlaid on the CMOR data, showing you exactly where you are in relation to bottom features
  • All vector data available on your plotter — tides, nav aids, routes, waypoints, etc.
  • CMOR Mapping data is the result of methodical surveys with high-resolution echosounders
  • Depth is represented by color. Reds are the shallowest, purples and magentas the deepest
  • Your user data will still be accessible and will run on top of CMOR imagery