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Jeppesen Marine debuts new C-MAP website

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Jeppesen Marine unveiled a new C-MAP website for its recreational boating customers around the world.

The company said the recently launched site was developed to help fishermen, sailors and cruisers fuel their passion for boating as they “navigate” to C-MAP electronic charts and services that best suit their boating activities and lifestyles.

Jeppesen said it has achieved this through the use of captivating boating action and lifestyle images, as well as an easy-to- follow site architecture that guides boaters directly from the home page to the right C-MAP electronic charts, features and OEM-partner navigation systems for their needs.

Jeppesen provides navigators across North America and around the world with a wide variety of products, including C-MAP 4D, C-MAP MAX-N/MAX-N+, MapMedia 3D and C-MAP MAX cartography, the Plan2Nav mobile navigation app and Club Jeppesen’s automatic chart updating service. The new website is designed to organize this information in a logical way for different types of boaters.

“Today’s electronic charts — as well as compatible navigation systems — have evolved to provide a variety of features and value-added data to benefit different types of boaters,” Jeppesen Light Marine division global marketing manager Emanuela Ferina said in a statement. “Different types of boaters are going to be interested in different things — and we’re making it easy for them to find what they need and get out on the water to enjoy themselves.”

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