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    boat BlueChart g2: HUS039R - US All & Canadian West Coast g2 v2012 (v13.50)

    HUS039R - US All & Canadian West Coast g2 v2012 (v13.50)

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    Version: 2012
    Released: Feb, 2012
    Part Number: 010-C1018-20 (microSD/SD), 010-D0559-00 (Download)


    See your vessel’s precise, on-chart position in relation to navaids, coastal features, anchorages, obstructions, waterways, restricted areas and more with this detailed marine mapping data. Also includes Safety Shading and Fishing Charts (in compatible units), smooth data transition between zoom levels, harmonious transition across chart borders and reduction of chart discontinuities in coverage areas.

    Features

    • Includes realistic navigation features showing everything from shaded depth contours and coastlines to spot soundings, navaids, port plans, wrecks, obstructions, intertidal zones, restricted areas, IALA symbols and more.
    • Features smooth displays, including seamless transitions between zoom levels and more continuity across chart boundaries.
    • Allows users to choose between standard 2-D direct overhead or 3-D "over the bow" map perspective to make chart reading and orientation easier.
    • Provides Safety Shading (in compatible units), allowing mariners to enable contour shading for all depth contours shallower than user-defined safe depths.
    • Provides Fishing Charts (in compatible units), allowing mariners to scope out bottom contours and depth soundings with less visual clutter on the display.
    • Allows users to conveniently plan and organize routes, from your computer, before your trip with HomePort™, compatible trip-planning software (sold separately).




    Coverage Details

    Now featuring data from Explorer Charts for the Bahamas

    Provides detailed coastal coverage of the U.S., including the East Coast from Key West, FL, to the Canadian border, and the West Coast from Puget Sound to the Mexican border; Alaska; Hawaii and major inland rivers; the U.S. Gulf Coast to the Mexican border and the Mexican Gulf Coast to the Yucatan. Canadian coverage includes the entire St. Lawrence Seaway, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. The Great Lakes are covered in their entirety as are the Lake of the Woods. Coverage includes Prince Edward Island, Anticosti Island, Vancouver Island, including the Inside and Outside Passages, the Aleutian and Channel Islands, the Bahamas, the Turks and Caicos Islands, Cozumel, Cuba, Hispaniola, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

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    Does anyone know how to only select certain regions of this map...like street maps in Mapsource? I am very new to Homeport, but is nothing like Mapsource.

    I have tried splititng it in GmapTool for use in Mapsource, but can't seem to get it to work. It splits into 247 maps in its new dierectory, but when you open mapsource is shows only 2 regions with absoutly no data.

    I am not installing this in a chart plotter...BTW. I only need a very small portion of the map. Don't laugh, but I am putting it on a Nuvi 680. I currently have Bluechart 9.5 Americas on there and it works for what I need. I just want to update the info, so this map seems to fit the bill. But I have no way of selecting what I need.

    I tried dumping the entire map on the 8gig SD card, but its not recognized when placed in the Garmin folder and named gmapsupp. I believe the file size is over 2G, and that migh tbe the problem. My Nuvi sees other maps that are under 2gigs - no problem.

    Any help is appreciated.

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    I believe catymag's post number 2 if you follow this link will help:

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    Then place the whole img on a USB stick or virtual drive in \Garmin\???.img and HomePort should recognize it just fine.
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    Any tutorial on how to get Homeport to select/deselect mapsets? Homeport reads it just fine....but it seems to be a viewer only.

    Quote Originally Posted by Texas Star View Post
    I believe catymag's post number 2 if you follow this link will help:

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    Does base camp have additional features that Homeport doesn't? I was under the impression they both are just map readers, but I could be wrong.

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    have you never took a look at Homeport help?
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    @ Caty - Yes, and it was not helpful at all. Maybe I'm not being clear, I only want to send to my device a portion of the map. I can see it just fine in Homeport, edit waypoints, etc. But the file is unecessarily large. I just want to add a small region to my unit. The only things I can inport/export are waypoints, routes, etc. I can't seem to isolate individual mapsets to send to device.

    In mapsource, you could highlite map areas and send them as an .img file.

    Both Homeport and Basecamp appear to be readers which can manipulate routs/waypoints, etc....but not mapsets. Am I misunderstanding things? I am very versed in MS, but know little about HP or BC.

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    Cant send to devices portions of these maps, they are made to work from an sd card in plotters, cant split parts.
    You can try to convert them to Mapsource , read here at post n3
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    but I guess you'll loose some features, these charts are made for compatible devices.
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    I'm going to try it in Mapsource and my device

    Thks

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    Hi guys - hopefully someone is still monitoring this thread and can help out a total GPS newby :-)

    I picked up a GPSmap 76Cx and also a 4GB MicroSd card. So, I downloaded the multipart map file (above) and decompressed/recombined it into a single .img file (HXUS039R.img). I then ran the really fast unlocker program on the file and moved it to the microsd card and put it in my GPS.

    When I turn on the GPS it doesn't show the map. Is there something I missed? The faq's seem to say all you do is put the .img file on the SD card, plug it in, and away you go :-)

    Any help would be appreciated :-)

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    Copy it in a "Garmin" folder in sd, naming it gmapsupp.img
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