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Jeppesen launches local charts

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Colorado-based Jeppesen introduced new C-MAP MAX-N Local charts to North American boaters at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. MAX-N Local cartography works with Lowrance Elite 7 and HDS Gen1, Gen2 and Gen2Touch, Simrad NSS, NSE and NSO, and B&G Zeus Touch Multifunction Navigators.    



While called “local”, the new titles provide far-ranging coverage that will meet all the fishing and cruising needs of the majority of boaters.



The charts are available on pre-programmed micro SD cards (with adapter) through Jeppesen dealers or online via Jeppesen Direct. They will soon be available for download directly through the Navico Insight Store (InsightStore.Navico.com).



For more information, visit www.jeppesen.com/marine/MAX-N.

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