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 [Only registered and activated users can see links. ], compatible trip-planning software (sold separately).
General coverage of the coasts of the Philippines, portions of Indonesia, including Java, and Malaysia located to the east of Singapore and west of Halmahera Island, and portions of East Timor. Included in this overall general coverage are numerous detailed charts covering areas such as the Indonesian cities of Jakarta, Semarang, and Ujungpandang, Manila, Phil., Kota Kinabalu, Mal., and Bandar Seri Begawan, Brun. General coverage of the Mariana Islands is also included.
Locked IMG / FID=2460, PID=1, RgnID=3, VenID=5 / Uncompressed size 573 MiB [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
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Hi! I tried searching but can't seem to find it. Is there Garmin 010-C0880-10 Bluechart G2 HAE005RPhillippines - Java or MapSource BlueChart G2 - Philippines-Java-Mariana Islands or any bluechart G2 map of the Philppines available? I badly need it for my GPSmap 521S. Anticipating your kind help.
Originally Posted by syzygy
Thanks. FYI, unlike Phillips, there is only one 'L' in Philippines.
I know how to spell it and also Google Chrome spell checker knows it. Garmin doesn't and it's a copy and paste from their product site.
Garmin however have the correct spelling for the map inside the IMG-file so I think I can change the thread title also.