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The CMOR Mapping Chart: North Florida, Georgia, & South Carolina features a massive expansion of private data throughout the coast and covers of some of the best fishing, diving, and deep dropping spots in the Atlantic Ocean.
This version replaces the previous Northeast Florida Georgia South Carolina CMOR Card, Oculina Bank CMOR Card, and original Northeast Florida CMOR Card.
Featured areas include:
100 Fathom Curve (57nm ESE of Georgetown SC)
Charleston Bump and many surrounding areas (swordfish mecca)
Georgetown Hole (47nm SSE Georgetown SC)
100 / 400 area (59nm SE Little River Inlet, SC)
Winyah Scarp (43nm SE Georgetown SC)
“THE LEDGE” (47nm ESE Charleston SC)
River Ledge 75ft depth (18.8nm SE Charleston SC)
Charleston Natural Bottom 41-47ft depth (9nm SE Charleston Harbor)
Charleston Shipping Channel
Deep Drop / Swordfish Bottom 1331 to 1978ft 78nm SE Charleston SC
Edisto Banks (50nm SE Edisto Island, SC)
Southern Edisto Banks (8nm SW of Edisto Banks)
The “DELI” (63nm SE of Hilton Head Island)
Triple Ledge (66nm SE Savannah Georgia )
Grays Reef Ledge 50-60ft depth (18nm SE Sapelo Sound GA)
Natural Ledges Depths 60-65ft (18.5nm ESE St. Chatherines Sound)
Anchor Ledge 75-82ft depth (26nm SE Ossabaw Sound)
“GROUPER” ledges 120-128ft Depth (49nm East St. Simons)
“KBY” Artificial Reef (9nm ENE Fernandina Beach, FL)
SCAMP CITY 140-148ft depth (64nm East St. Mary's River)
“FB” Natural Ledges (14nm ESE Fernandina Beach FL)
Nassau Mud Humps (6nm E Nassau Sound)
Jax Live Bottom 81-86ft deep (17nm E St. Johns River)
Mayport Jetties and St. Johns River
Pinnacles 1450 ft sand – 1351 ft top (43nm E Cape Canaveral)
The northern section of the original NEFL data starts due east of Fernandina Beach in an area locals call the R4 Navy Tower Bottom. Depths range from 100' to 2,200'. This section is 316 square miles and runs from the 30˚45.00' N line down to the 30˚36.00' N line.
The southern section of the original NEFL data starts east of Jacksonville on the 30˚29.00' N line and runs south to the 29˚53.00' N line, which is due east of St. Augustine. This section covers 941 square miles of data with depths ranging from 100' to 1,200'.
This is a must-have CMOR Card if you like to dive the secret ledges on the top of the break, bottom fish for snapper grouper on the ledge, troll for wahoo and other pelagics, deep drop for tiles and snowy grouper, or want to try daytime sword fishing in 1,500' of water.
CMOR Mapping bathymetry arms you with more and better data than anybody else on the water.
NOAA Charts are included in the background.
All CMOR Cards with the exception of Furuno are provided on Micro SD cards with a standard SD adapter included.
Furuno customers: Please note that version 2 is not yet available for Furuno platforms and CMOR imagery for Furuno is not sold as a physical card. You will receive an unlock code to access the imagery on your device. We will need your NavNet system ID in order to generate the unlock code.
HDS LIVE series
HDS Gen1 series
HDS Gen2 series (both keypad and touchscreen)
HDS Gen3 series
Elite HDI series
Elite CHIRP series
Elite Ti series
NSS evo3 S
NSO evo3 S
CMOR cards are compatible with all units capable of running the Lighthouse II, Lighthouse 3, and Sport interfaces. In order to support CMOR Mapping, units must have at least v17 software installed. Units include:
CMOR imagery is compatible with Furuno NavNet TZtouch2 and TZtouch3 multifunction displays (MFDs) with software version 6.23 or above.
CMOR imagery for Furuno is not sold as a physical card. Instead, it is preloaded on your MFD and accessed via an unlock code. After you purchase, you'll need to provide your system ID to CMOR vie email. You will then receive a unique code to unlock the imagery on your MFD.
When a CMOR card is updated or expanded, we offer owners of the previous version the option to trade in their cards for the new version for $100. You can buy the updated version of your card here on our website.
If you purchased the previous version of your card within 60 days of the update, trade-in is free. Simply select the “Within the last 60 days” option below. You must provide your original order number to verify date of purchase. We’re open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Please note customers are responsible for the cost of shipping labels to return CMOR cards for updates.
For South Florida customers, the easiest way to get an update is simply to bring your old card and your original order number into our retail location at 3311 S. Andrews Ave, Suite 11 Ft. Lauderdale FL.
Once you complete checkout, you will need to return your old card to CMOR.
Package your card securely. DO NOT USE STANDARD MAIL. In several instances, sorting machines have torn envelopes and cards have been lost. We recommend a stiff mailer like a Priority Mail envelope, a padded envelope, or a small box.
Use a carrier that provides tracking and insurance. We strongly recommend insuring your card for replacement value.
Place your card in a sealed Ziploc-type bag inside the box or mailer.
Include the order number from your update purchase on a piece of paper with the card. If possible, print and include your confirmation email.
If you purchased your old card within the last 60 days and are requesting a free update, you must include your original order number.
Send card to:
American Nautical Services, Inc.
3311 S. Andrews Ave, Suite 11
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33316
Once we receive your old card, your new card will be shipped.
American Nautical cannot be responsible for cards lost in transit. DO NOT SEND IN REGULAR MAIL