Navigation officer. Pilot on a bridge of a vessel underway with radio station and binocular in hands

All relevant data collected

Once the GPS is connected to the computer, your vessel’s position will appear on a detailed chart. All the data required for navigation will be displayed (typical chart data such as VHF, radar information, reporting points, place names, kilometre markers, quay numbers, etc.). A separate window will constantly show additional data such as course, speed, VHF channels to be used, etc.

Best of both worlds

Navigis Coaster has been modelled on the ECDIS software approved by Germany’s Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency (BSH) and is based on Navigis River. This makes Navigis Coaster particularly suitable for non-approved ECDIS as well as inland navigation, combining the best of both worlds. Both sea-going and inland charts can be loaded and run together seamlessly.

  • Inland S-57 Charts
  • Official Electronic sea cartography (C-Map, Primar, IC-ENC)
  • C-Map CM-93/3 Professional Global Electronic Vector Chart Database
  • Raster Charts (UKHO ARCS, Maptech BSB)

Additional features and options

  • Second GPS/DGPS
  • Electronic compass or gyrocompass
  • Depth Interface
  • Conning display
  • AIS
  • ARPA
  • RadarLink