Macenc 8.75 Free Download For Mac

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MacENC™ is the professional solution for the mariner that wants to take the Mac aboard for real-time display of position on the vector format S-57/S-63 ENCs (Electronic Navigational Charts), Navionics Charts and HotMaps from X-Traverse AND raster format BSB and Softcharts. Plug your GPS into your Mac and watch as your vessel moves along in real-time, plotting a track behind and logging a historic position on a seamless quilted digital chart. MacENC™ is right at home for planning trips and charting new destinations. A GPS is not required to work with charts. • ONE MOBILE APP with hundreds of features and access to thousands of charts • The power of a color chartplotter for a fraction of the cost • Real-time display of position on full color marine raster charts • Real-time and simulated display of all GPS and instruments data • Real-time Navigation on Marine Charts • Full suite of downloadable marine charts • Waypoint selection, creation and editing • Route editing and track log using waypoints • Anchor alarm • Marina and Navaid Search • AIS Targets plotted on chart • GRIB Weather and forecast integration • TCP/IP NMEA.

Macenc 8.75 Free Download For Mac

Photoshop Free Download For Mac

Fxcm trading station desktop. • Marine navigation and charting for Mac • Real-time display of position on full color marine raster charts • Quartz Technology to display charts in sharpest possible way • Real-time and simulated display of all GPS and instruments data • Real-time navigation on marine charts • Full suite of downloadable marine charts • Waypoint selection, creation and editing • Route editing and track log using waypoints • Connect to AIS system or Radar and “see” local vessel traffic • Tides and current information via Mr. Honestech video conversion for mac Tides • GRIB weather and forecast integration • Built-in alarms for anchor drag, waypoint arrival, cross track error and AIS/Radar vessel proximity • Export waypoints, routes and tracks to Google Earth.

This entry was posted on 17.12.2016.