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    boat BlueChart g2 Vision - VEU706L - UK-Ireland-The Netherlands 2014.0 (15.50)

    BlueChart g2 Vision - VEU706L - UK-Ireland-The Netherlands 2014.0 (15.50)
    Part Number: MicroSD/SD (010-C0853-00), Download (010-D0433-00)

    See your vessel’s precise, on-chart position in relation to navaids, coastal features and restricted areas with premium features found in this detailed marine mapping data. Includes all of the features of our BlueChart® g2 product, plus 3-D perspective above and below the waterline, Auto Guidance, high-resolution imagery, and aerial photos of ports, harbors, marinas and landmarks.
    • Shaded depth contours, coastlines, spot soundings, navaids, port plans, wrecks, obstructions, intertidal zones, restricted areas and IALA symbols.
    • Seamless transitions between zoom levels and more continuity across chart boundaries.
    • High resolution satellite imagery for a realistic view of the land and water.
    • Aerial photos of ports, harbors, marinas, waterways, navigational landmarks and other POIs.
    • Auto Guidance technology searches chart data to suggest the best passage to a destination.
    • MarinerEye view 3-D perspective for a quick, easy position fix.
    • FishEye view 3-D perspective for an underwater view of the sea floor.
    • Safety Shading* enables contour shading for all depth contours shallower than your defined safe depths.
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    • Plan and organize routes from your computer with HomePort™ (sold separately).

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    Detailed coverage of the British Isles in their entirety, including the Thames Estuary, Caledonian Canal, Outer Hebrides, Shetland and Orkney Islands, Isle of Wight, Isle of Man, Lough Neagh and the Irish Sea. Continental coverage from Brest, FR to Kiel, DE including the Channel Islands, the Waddenzee, the IJsselmeer, the canals of The Netherlands, the Meuse River to Liege, BE; the Rhine River to Dusseldorf, DE and the Kiel Canal. Detailed coverage of ports include London and Liverpool, UK; Antwerp, BE; Rotterdam and Amsterdam, NE; Calais, FR and Hamburg, DE.

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    Thanks, howto install these on a SD-card for use with HomePort?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wvy View Post
    Thanks, how to install these on a SD-card for use with HomePort?
    You will find this and many other answers in the stick tread: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] ; there you should look for: How to see a Bluechart .img in Homeport on your pc or in your gps ?
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    Thanks, works ! :-)

    Is there also a complete Atlantic version available?
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    Not in Vision, in one img file it would be huge and therefore unusable. There's a legacy Atlantic BC MS version from 2008: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ].
    But it's difficult to see why you'd need the entire Atlantic in the one map anyway. [Big trip planned maybe. Need a deckie? ]
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    Hi ,
    I downloaded and unzip the map but I have a problem .
    I have 4gb (3,86gb ) sandisk mini sd card and the map's size is 3,91gb .It is impossible to load this map on this 4gb card .
    Do you have any trick to load this map on 4gb card ?
    Did I select a specific brand card OR it is possible to delete a small place from the map ?

    Thank you !!!

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    The only real solution is to take an so called 8 GB sd card, because no 4 GB card has enough space to save 3.91 GB of data.

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    @sifmakis
    Your problem is simply that the drive manufacturers regard a GB [gigabyte] as decimal [factor 1000] whereas Microsoft still uses the original and imo correct binary interpretation [factor 1024]. If would be less confusing if either microsoft called it a GiB [gibibyte] or the manufacturers at least used binary instead of decimal. What this boils down to is that a 4GB [gigabyte] card has a capacity of ~4,000,000,000 bytes, whereas a Garmin image file has a maximum size of 4GiB-1byte i.e. 4,294,967,295 bytes. This limit is actually imposed on all files by the use of FAT32. For FAT16 the limit is 2,147,483,647 [2GiB-1byte].

    So, if you had used gigabytes, gibibytes and bytes applicably in your question, your conclusion that it's impossible would be self-explanatory: 'I have 4GB [3.86GiB] (~4,144,643,000 bytes) sandisk mini sd card and the map's size is 3.91GiB (~4.2 GB/~4,198,330,000 bytes). It is impossible to load this map on this 4GB card.'

    More info in posts #130 to 133 here: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] .

    As p!xeldealer said, your only solution is to use a [so-called] 8GB card to hold this almost 4GiB image.
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    I think that the 8gb card it is not recognize from my garmin device gpsmap 520 .
    Is it possible to split this .img file ? and after that I will make two card as part1 and part 2 .

    Thank you for your replay !!

 

 
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