OpenSeaMap-charts can be used on board even without access to internet - with a chart plotter from Garmin, Lowrance, Simrad, B&G. Together with a navigation program or an app also with an onboard-computer, a notebook, on Android tablet, iPad or Windows tablet. Also with smartphones and some GPS-devices. List of devices Lowrance, Simrad, B&G
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OpenSeaMap is a software project collecting freely usable nautical information and geospatial data to create a worldwide nautical chart. This chart is available on the OpenSeaMap website, and can also be downloaded for use as an electronic chart for offline applications.
The goal of OpenSeaMap is to record interesting and useful nautical information for the sailor which is then incorporated into a free map of the world. This includes beacons, buoys and other navigation aids as well as port information, repair shops and chandlerys. OpenSeaMap is a subproject of OpenStreetMap and uses its database. How can I help?
OpenSeaMap - The free nautical chart. JOSM is a powerful tool to edit all elements of the chart with high precision. A SeaMapEditor is available to help you add nautical information. Seamark objects are chosen from drop-down menus and specifications can be entered manually.
OpenSeaMap is part of OpenStreetMap. Resources. More than 1,000,000 people worldwide collect and store geological data in the OpenStreetMap database (license ODbL). This is how the basic chart and the seamark layer (license CC-by-SA)were rendered. Many data are donations from various sources.
OpenSeaMap fullscreen browser chart. Web frontend for the depth project. Presets, styles & icons for our various JOSM tools. Code & scripts for our current Seamark & Sport layer renderers.
OpenSeaMap is part of OpenStreetMap and uses the same database. FEATURES: - Free worldwide sea chart (incl. HD chart graphics) - Search for geolocations worldwide - Chartplotting with continuous tracking - Waypoints can easily be created, edited, deleted & exported - Mark locations in the chart
Measure course and distance. Open the menu “Tools”, then choose “Trip planner”. Mark the starting point by clicking on the chart. Mark the arrival point by a double click. The Trip Planner will display: the coordinates of the starting point and the arrival point.
OpenSeaMap is a software project collecting freely usable nautical information and geospatial data to create a worldwide nautical chart. This chart is available on the OpenSeaMap website , and can also be downloaded for use as an electronic chart for offline applications.