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Jeppesen wins award for C-Map charts

Jeppesen Marine of Englewood, Colo., received the 2009 Editors’ Choice Award from Practical Sailor magazine for the company’s C-Map MAX and MAX Pro electronic charts.

Jeppesen and other marine product award winners were highlighted in a “Gear of the Year” article published in the December 2008 issue. The editors singled out Jeppesen Marine for offering “user-friendly, affordable updates for its C-Map MAX and MAX Pro cartography.” The article also noted “the ability to update MAX Pro on a real-time basis via the Internet is the most advanced system going.”

Practical Sailor also highlighted that the Club Jeppesen Marine owner’s club offers members an automatic update of a selected chart sent directly to them, plus other benefits including special chart trading programs, rental programs and discounts.

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