SeaNav now has official Canadian charts available provided by the Canadian Hydrographic service (CHS) covering the whole of the Canadian coast and main inland waters. Includes the Northern parts of the Great lakes, St Lawrence River and Seaway, Vancouver and lots lots more. Before now this complete set of Canadian digital marine charts would have set you back a few thousand dollars. Now you can get them all via a $29.99 ( 34.99 CAD) In App Purchase (IAP) in both our SeaNav US and SeaNav HD apps for iPhone and iPad.
Here is a map showing the chart coverage (outlines in red). You can also check the coverage in our app before you purchase . The Canadian charts will be outlined in blue and marked with CA.
Here is a screenshot of the new charts covering Vancouver – loads more detail when you zoom in 🙂
Our Boat Watch team has been busy this past few weeks – Boat Watch app is now available for Android smartphone and tablets! – Boat Watch is a free app, which you can download from the Google Play Store – there is an optional in-app purchase, which gives you richer information on each boat, and lets you receive an alert when your favourite ship departs and arrives. We invite you to download the free app from the Google Play Store today!
Our popular Boat Watch app is now available for Mac OSX Mavericks – so you can spot and track boats and ships directly from your Mac desktop. Boat Watch is a free app, which you can download from the Mac App Store – there is an optional in-app purchase, which gives you richer information on each boat, and lets you receive an alert when your favourite ship departs and arrives. We invite you to use the free app by downloading it from the Mac App Store today!
We now have a video ad for Boat Beacon, amazing what these creatives can pack into 12s of video.
Click here to see the ad.
Pocket Mariner will be attending the AIS Summit in Hamburg, Germany.
Looking forward to meeting the Marine Traffic and AIS-Hub folks along with the rest of the world-wide AIS community.