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Explorer charts for the Bahamas are by far the most prevalent, even to the point Garmin and C-Map have adopted them for their echarts. After 4 years of cruising the Bahamas they have never led me astray. In addition they have a lot of cruising guide info included. For plotter have never had any problems with C-Map in the Bahamas, other than we found some of the depth readings conservative (rounding down, eg 6.7' would show as 6').

For ICW we use the Maptech books, find them easy to use with their strip charts and their larger scale charts reach far enough out to cover the off shore hops. Newer versions come with a CD which allow you to do planning on your laptop.
 
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