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The CMOR Mapping Chart: South Florida covers from Bethel Shoal (17mi SSE Sebastian Inlet) through Key West, with additional Marquesas deep drop coverage, and a back country expansion throughout the keys. Whether you are diving for grouper and lobster, trolling for pelagics, deep drop fishing, or looking for epic swordfish- CMOR Mapping South Florida v4 has coverage for everyone.
This CMOR Card features privately mapped data on some of the best fishing and diving spots throughout the coast, and is only available with the South Florida v4 update.
CMOR South Florida V4 expansion includes but not limited to:
Enhanced background chart for improved accuracy outside of coverage areas
Deep drop expansion
Sword Ground expansion
New wrecks and strategic rescanned targets
St Lucie Hump
Florida Keys nearshore gulf expansion
Continuous nearshore expansion from Boynton Beach through North Miami, with depths ranging from 100ft to 400ft along the coastline.
Continuous nearshore expansion from Alligator Light through Ocean Reef, with depths ranging from 50ft to 250/300ft.
Strategic rescanning of objects subject to movement such as wrecks, as well as newly sunken objects and vessels.
Significant addition of nearshore and deep drop coverage throughout Key West, with continuing deep drop coverage through the upper keys.
Newly Featured Spots:
USS Spiegel Grove
This high resolution, 3D fishing map unlocks new grounds with a visual like never before — exclusively available on CMOR Mapping South Florida version 4.
South Florida Featured Areas include:
Continuous deep drop and swordfish grounds from Stuart through Miami.
And most importantly, all the unnamed reefs between the well known areas!
The Jensen Beach to North Miami coverage features Florida's most unique reef systems, artificial reefs, and famous shipwrecks.
The depths covered on this card range from 1' at the shoreline to over 400', which is past the third reef line for the majority of the area.
The Miami-Biscayne features some of the most pristine diving and fishing areas in South Florida.
The depths covered on nearshore section range from 1' in Biscayne Bay to 500' due east of Government Cut.
Also included are the premier deep-dropping and daytime swordfishing grounds in South Florida. The depths range from 900' to 2,900'. Some of the largest swordfish in South Florida have been caught in this area. This is also a great area to target rosy snapper, queen snapper, snowy grouper, and many other deep-water bottom fish.
Areas covered on this CMOR Card Include:
Margot Fish Shoal
The Florida Keys section covers nearshore and the outer reef from south of Carysfort Reef Light to Key West from 15' to 300’ in most areas.
Also includes deep-drop locations:
12 miles offshore of Islamorada FL
Depths from 438' to 858'
15 miles offshore of Duck Key
Depths from 576' to 719'
West Marathon Hump, 22 miles offshore of Duck Key
Depths from 495' to 1,500'
21 miles offshore of Duck Key
Depths from 512' to 850'
29 miles offshore of Marathon
Depths from 1,135' to 2,445'
10 miles offshore of Key West
Depths from 505' to 830’
Continuous deep drop coverage from Key West to South Miami
If you looking for some deep drop spots for tilefish, snowy grouper, rosy snapper, barrel Fish, or want to take a stab at daytime swordfishing, this is a must-have!
If you're looking to dive or bottom fish for snapper/grouper and you're staying between Key Largo and Key West, this card will help you locate the structure that hold the fish! Lobsters will have no where to hide!
NOAA charts 11465, 11466, 11467, and 11468 are included in the background.
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