PolarView is a complete user friendly on-board marine navigation system. It is available for Apple Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows and Linux operating systems.
TELchart is an electronic charting system (ECS) for maritime use. The system makes use of vectorized marine charts from C-Map and offers a wide range of functions for navigation, route planning, safety, logging and data presentation.
Polar Navy is dedicated to building efficient, user friendly cross-platform marine navigation software. Our applications provide consistent user experience with native look and feel on Apple Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows and Linux systems.
GPSNavX is the solution for the boater that wants to take the Macintosh aboard for real-time display of position on full color marine Softcharts and BSB raster charts.
GPSUtility displays GPS data including speed, bearing, position and satellite information.
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) AND raster format BSB and Softcharts.
Chart Navigator is the perfect software program for boaters interested in trying PC chartplotting. The package comes with complete U.S. coverage of Raster charts, satellite photos, aerial photos, and topos.
C-Swing, the magnetic compass adjuster. C-Swing also computes a set of magnetic coefficients and gives guidance on placing corrector magnets and making adjustments.
Offshore Navigator is an update forChart Navigator program wich is designed for boaters interested in trying PC chartplotting.
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