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Maptech helped develop the older BSB format electronic raster charts. The new NOAA ENC charts are vector based.
I'm new in this so I apology for newbee questions in advance.

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What phrase did you google for??? I googled for "NOAA ENC CHARTS".
my fault, I understand that you saw maptech ad at header of this forum (in tab with google ads).

ps. download from NOAA web fail at 98%

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I manage to dl maps from navsoftware.com but ENC maps doesn't work on Oziexplorer. I'm not disappointed because I find other useful software http://www.navsoftware.com/software.php , for now I tested coastal explorer 1.1 and its very good.

I also find web page with reviews, maybe it will be useful for someone so I c/p it below

http://www.sailingworld.com/sailing-...rld-52246.html

Update: I decide to buy (order) Navionics CF Gold - Mid-Americas and Caribbean
(Southern California and the Channel Islands, Baja, Mexico, entire Caribbean, Venezuela, Cuba, entire Bahamas, southern Florida to Fort Pierce and Fort Myers.) for $180. Its compatibile with Raymarine E120, for pc (laptop) I will buy coastal explorer and maptech dvd with maps for $40.

Buy maps is mark on "to do" list, now I have to solve battery life/charging problem.

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