Aqua Map 10 for Android & Master 2.0 with USCG LNMs, Buoys, and routes from tracks released

Ben Stein

Ben Stein

Publisher of Panbo.com, passionate marine electronics enthusiast, completed the Great Loop in 2017.

2 Responses

  1. Fred Murphy Fred Murphy says:

    Just read your article on Aquamap. Very glad that Aquapmap will give Navionics a run for the money. I’ve always liked the supposed accuracy of their charting, with a caveat from this site, about inaccuracies found. I’m a quest to speak against the costs of yearly renewals of Navionics.. The yearly difference between the yearly renewal cost is @ $25 for iPhone and $75 for the iPad. I think the renewal for the Chartplotter is also exorbitant.. one who uses INavX mostly for planning and navigating, I find Navionics subpar and cludgy compared the way I navigated for 40 years at sea. I do revert at many times to Navionics for instant check on position, especially at night, for a zoomed in check on my position when sailing through the Maine coastal islands. As a further note I’m liking SEAIQ because you can use USACE charts And plots AIS targets the same way the very expensive Radar Chartplotters used on Ships.

  2. Ben Stein Ben Stein says:

    Aqua Map has released an update (10.0.2) that seems to have resolved the instability I was experiencing.

    -Ben S.

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