View Full Version : c - mat delaware bay chip for furuno
02-08-2004, 03:00 PM
upgraded my fish finder/gps to a furuno 1650 wf. i also purchased the c-map chip covering the ocean down to cape may. does anyone know if the ocean c-map chip covers any of the bay and the offshore areas at the hot dog?
02-08-2004, 03:20 PM
Go to www.c-map.com (http://www.c-map.com)
02-08-2004, 10:24 PM
Hi Joe,Murp, Irish Wake, I just Bought the Raymarine Color Radar-chartpollter,was at the AC Boat show,spoke with Capt. Steve about watch Cmap to get for Cape may area,that would cover the D Bay and offshore,meaning ,the Trunk,hot dog ,19Fathom lump,He recommend ,chart # NA-C324,Super Wide chart,I believe it Good to the 30 Fathom line,$299.00,at Boat show,consumers,$259.00,Hope to see you out there joe,may be we can hook up this season offshore,
02-09-2004, 10:48 PM
murph thanks for the reply. have not picked up the unit yet or the chip. did pay for it though. will upgrade the chip to the one you mention. thanks for the info. look forward to hooking up next summer.
the donna marie
02-10-2004, 11:19 PM
purchased a 1650 last spring. very happy with during the first year. cmap card is good, but only scales down to 1 nm in bay due to the 80,000 : 1 scale of mapping used. this minor glitch is forgotten about after using the fish finder. works all the time at all speeds and can be counted on for accurate readings.
the donna marie
02-10-2004, 11:24 PM
good luck with the 1650. bought one last spring with cmap card. only complaint - cmap card only scales down to 1 nm in bay due to 80,000 : 1 charts scanning. not quite as good as garmin. 1 mile turned out to be good enough and was soon forgotten after using the fish finder. works at all speeds and can be counted on to find fish. awsome.
02-11-2004, 08:55 AM
thanks for info. previously using the furuno ls6000 monochrome with 300 watts. look forward to using it.
02-14-2004, 08:03 PM
I have the NA 324 Superwide from Sandy Hook to
Wilmington NC. It works out to the Canyons as
well as has both Del Bay and the Chesepeake.
In fact it was so detailed I was able to follow
the channel from Ocena City past the Power Plant
and follow the channel up to Holtz's Boat Yard
which is not intercoastal but a privately marked channel. The detaisl of the dreek were right on the money. Del Bay details could have been better but we fished the South Jersey Striper
Tournament and used the C-map chart.
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