Or burn the file on CD, take to Kinkos (or similar) and print large format. They charge by the linear foot or square foot. I recall it wasn't that much when I printed full size templates for oak frames for my ski boat.Gracias and kudo's.
Bookmarked the site, someday I'll own a printer.
Bob's Link shows charts for the coast of BC, just gotta look for them.rgscpat
Canada unfortunately doesn't think that since we have already paid the taxes for the production of charts that we should get them on the web like the US does. I know of no source for Canadian charts online.
And by the way everyone needs paper charts of their cruising area by law I believe. That may change but I don't think it has yet.
If you mean this link: NOAA Nautical Charts in .png FormatBob's Link shows charts for the coast of BC, just gotta look for them.
One chart shows a bit of the BC coast near Ketchikan and one (the one in your link) shows the area near Victoria as far as Vancouver. Both small scale and not enough detail to enter either without a larger scale chart of the area. The rest of our coast is not on the NOAA website. Canada (and other Commonwealth countries) are very tight with their charts unfortunately.I was referring to ( http://xpda.com/nauticalcharts/18400 strait of georgia and strait of juan de fuca.png ) This is a link from Bob's List. Just one of a couple that show the West Coast of British Columbia & Gulf Islands.