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Old 08-03-2016, 10:49 PM   #1
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Navionics+ Region

A friend just sent me an email about Navionics+ Region being on sale. It's $149 right now. That's cheaper than the full Navionics+. I have Navionics+ and love it but I know some people only need one region. Anyway, I figured I would share the info with everyone-if you like fishing from your kayak or exploring a certain region this would be good for you. In water up to 90 feet the depth interval is every foot (and every 3 feet up to 120 feet and every 6 feet up to 300 feet) so it's a great tool if you are looking for a specific depth for spear fishing, swimming, hunting sharks teeth, or getting rid of dead bodies (TOTALLY KIDDING!). I actually just checked their website and it looks like it's always that price. Anyway, thought it was good info and some of you might could use it.
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Old 11-13-2016, 10:07 AM   #2
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Re: Navionics+ Region

I actually tried out that region chip and it's a great deal. It includes all the Navionics+ data (really detailed contours so you can see drop-offs easily, ability to toggle between SonarChart or Navionics Nautical chart) and was cheaper than the Navionics+ card. This fit what I needed really well because I just needed South Florida region. It's a great option if you're just looking for a specific area.
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