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NV Charts, a Dutch provider of charting products for navigation, has released updated all four Cuba chart sets.
NV Charts’ four regions 10.1 through 10.4 cover the four quadrants of the Cuban coast, Northeast, Northwest, Southwest, and Southeast, and include harbor and anchorage details. The new Cuba chart atlases are sold as Combi-packs. Each one of the four contains all of the information for that area, and is priced at $99.80.
Each release is up-to-date and surveyed. NV Charts are used by recreational boaters, professional mariners, and the U.S. Coast Guard.
The chart regions include the download of digital charts as well as free digital navigation software and the free NV Charts Mobile App for iOS/ OS X and Android devices.

The new NV Charts atlases for Cuba now feature a compact, fold-over Atlas format (‘booklet’ style) that reduces the physical size of the paper chart set by half for ease of use on today’s smaller navigation stations and chart tables.
“Since these charts are produced from our own cartographic databases, rather than simply copied from government sources, we have designed them so that no critical elements are in the crease where they might lose definition over time from use and wear,” said Hasko Scheidt, NV
Charts’ CEO.
For more information, visit www.nvcharts.com.

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