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Before heading out on the open water, plan your voyage with HomePort marine trip-planning software¹ that lets you plan and organize routes from the convenience of your computer. Navigating waters with no visible landmarks or shallow shorelines can be a daunting task for even the most experienced navigator. With your existing BlueChart data together with HomePort on your computer, you'll have the ability to view map details such as underwater hazards and hidden obstacles and plan a route to avoid them.
Processor: Pentium 4 2.0 GHz or equivalent Operating System: Windows XP with Service Pack 2, Windows Vista or Windows 7 Hard Disk: 250 MB Memory: 1 GB Other: 1024 x 768 display Video card that supports DirectX 9.0 MicroSD/SD card reader or Garmin proprietary USB card reader USB port Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5
Displays both fishing and navigational charts from BlueChart g2 Vision Allows user to measure distance and bearing on the charts Displays route/track depth profile Converts tracks into point-to-point routes (track to route conversion) and specifies the speed for each leg of the route Provides ETA and arrival times (for each leg) when you create routes Shows animated playback of data collected on device Calculates fuel consumption (based on fuel flow data provided by the user) Exports selected data to Google Earth Displays statistics and graphical information about tide stations, tidal streams and currents Displays grid lines to show latitude and longitude Allows you to manage waypoints, routes and tracks Allows you to view the map north-up, map-up or course-up Displays celestial information such as sunrise, sunset and moon phase Displays photos and point-of-interest detail Supports vector charts Includes worldwide basemap Allows multiple map views
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