Navionics HotMaps Platinum North: Lake Charts on Compact Flash
Navionics+ and much more!
Get Navionics+ lake charts plus 3D View,satellite overlay and panoramic photos all in one! HotMaps Platinum provides the most content so you can take full advantage of your chartplotter’s functionality.
Max detailed cartography
Enjoy the same lakes content as on Navionics+:Nautical Chart, a robust chart resource trusted by boaters worldwide, SonarChart™, 1 ft HD bathymetry map that reflects every-changing conditions, both preloaded, and downloadableCommunity Edits localized chart data contributed by the Navionics Community.
Navionics dynamic 3D View allows you to customize exaggeration of key features and adjust pitch to highlight subtle depth changes to find fish or better visualize your approach through shallow or narrow channels. See video.
Available on the most popular lakes, our crisp satellite overlay imagery is extremely helpful forimproving situational awareness and can also help you find hidden features such as backwater channels that might hold fish. Updated images in many areas are available with new HotMaps Platinum cards for 2016.
Head into new marinas and recognize boat ramps with the confidence of a local with a clear view of entrances, dock layouts, and more.
1 ft HD bathymetry
Enjoy the exclusive SonarChart™ layer with up to1 ft contours. Upload your sonar logs to build even better local charts for your area. You can do it with your plotter or use your mobile device connected wirelessly to your sounder withSonarChart™ Live.
18,000 lakes and growing
Check out the best charts available for more than 18,000 lakes throughout Us and Canada! Detailed coastlines, include docksand boat ramp locations. Search our lake list below for your favorite lakes. View new lakes!
Underwater structure and more
See unbelievable lake bottom composition as well as clearly marked road beds, foundations, bridges, brush piles, culverts, creek channels and more! Check tides and currents when planning activities along tidal waters such as the California Delta or Potomac River.