35 Years of Experience
Founded in Northern Italy in 1985 with a mission to serve boaters worldwide, C-MAP has 35 years’ experience creating cartography and services for all types of leisure boater and commercial customer. Setting the standard for navigation and situational awareness, C-MAP develops precise, reliable charts with safety and ease-of-use at their core, to satisfy the most demanding of user. C-MAP is a member of the Navico family of brands, alongside Simrad, Lowrance and B&G. A specialist marine electronics company, Navico has an unrivalled heritage in the industry, with over 70 years of developing, designing and manufacturing industry-leading products.
Better Sailing. Better Fishing. Better Cruising.
C-MAP cartography products and services include multiple formats for lakes, coasts and oceans across the globe. With detailed coverage of over 8,000 lakes in the USA alone and over 7.2 Million points of interest globally, C-MAP continues to invest in improving the coverage and quality of detail shown.
Its teams of experts are continually innovating and developing new formats and features for boaters, including Custom Depth Shading for a truly personalised experience, subscription free Easy Routing and Genesis Layer, which adds 1ft contours compiled from quality controlled user data on top of the official charts. Reveal charts replace shaded relief data in selected areas with more accurate depth variations, revealing the best fishing and diving spots, presenting easy to interpret detail dynamically, as never seen before.
C-MAP products are compatible with more marine brands than any other company, including the leading brands; Simrad, Lowrance, B&G, Raymarine and Furuno. With the C-MAP App, users can experience a truly personalised and smooth end-to-end experience, with all the planning tools needed to get out on the water to hand at all times.
Recreational customers can be assured they are in safe hands as C-MAP is also a trusted provider for the commercial marine sector, including the US Coastguard and many of the world’s major shipping companies. Safety and accuracy remain key, with an additional focus on weather conditions and routing analyses to improve performance and efficiency, reducing costs and passage times.