Android now available with Dock-to-dock Autorouting!29 November 2016Category:MobileAutoroutingnavigationdock to dockdock to destinationAndroidpoints of interestboatingrouteswaypoints.
Navionics’ award winning Dock-to-dock Autorouting is now available on Android! A unique breakthrough in boating navigation, Dock-to-dock Autorouting quickly creates detailed routes, even through narrow waterways and channels, based on chart data and navigation aids.
Dock-to-dock Autorouting delivers the first and most efficient planning resource for boaters. With user input, boaters can choose a destination by selecting a point of interest, entering a lat/long or by tapping on the map, and a detailed route is calculated. Estimated fuel consumption, distance and ETA are shown. It even highlights precautions along the way. POIs (points of interest) nearby the destination, like the harbor master, marinas and moorings, fuel stations, restaurants and bars, shops, taxis & launch services, repairs and dealers, appear automatically within the Dock-to-dock Autorouting menu, complete with phone numbers.
How do I access Dock-to-dock Autorouting?
If you already have the Navionics Boating app with an active Navionics+ subscription, open the app, select Route>Automatic and tap and hold the map to add waypoints; you can also use the search feature to select a point of interest or indicate a lat/long coordinate.
If you don’t have our app on your device, download the free version of Navionics Boating for your phone, or Boating HD for your tablet on Google Play and get a 14-day free trial of Navionics+ where you will experience Dock-to-dock Autorouting before you purchase. Or if you prefer, get the paid app where Navionics+ is already included upon purchase.
On mobile, Dock-to-dock Autorouting is a feature of the Navionics Boating app starting with version 8.0 for Android handsets and tablets, and version 8.4 for iPhone and iPad on the App Store, where it is part of the overwhelming value Navionics+ one-year subscription package. On plotter, Dock-to-dock Autorouting is available on Raymarine a, c, e, eS and gS series MFD models produced after 2011, updated with Lighthouse II Release 17 software excluding US.