Raymarine Wi-Fi plotters connect with Navionics

Raymarine Wi-Fi plotters connect with Navionics

15 May 2015Category:plottersyncSonar LogsmapsboatingRaymarineWi-Fi connectionappson-board electronicscharplotterroutesmarkerswaypoints
Raymarine Wi-Fi plotter owners can connect through the Navionics Boating app on iPhone, iPad (7.1 or higher) or Android (4.5) to transfer routes and markers, upload sonar logs for enhanced SonarChart™ and download updated charts to their plotter card. All this thanks to the free Plotter Sync feature now embedded in every version of our app. More in detail, Plotter Sync allows to:
 
Transfer routes and markers
Boaters can conveniently plan trips on their phone or tablet then transfer routes and markers to the plotter as soon as they are onboard. The same can be done from plotter to mobile device to review navigation once back ashore.
 
Upload sonar logs
Sonar logs are effortlessly uploaded to Navionics servers through the Boating app to enhance SonarChart™, the HD bathymetry map featuring extraordinary bottom contour detail, great for increasing awareness of shallow waters and for locating fishing areas at any depth level.
 
Download updated charts
Users can enjoy the most up-to-date charts and download their new enhanced SonarChart™ after about one week without ever having to remove their card from their plotter as the mobile device creates a bridge.   
 
Available with Raymarine Wi-Fi multifunction displays a, c, e, and gS Series from 2011 (updated with Lighthouse II R10 or newer software) or with the Dragonfly PRO.