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Noaa Wrecks & Obstructions MGR

New “Ship Wrecks and Obstructions” map of the US Marine Waters

New “Ship Wrecks and Obstructions”  map of the US Marine Waters

Noaa Wrecks & Obstructions MGR

by Mac George Roberts
Noaa Wrecks & Obstructions MGR
Noaa Wrecks & Obstructions MGR
Noaa Wrecks & Obstructions MGR

What is it about?

New “Ship Wrecks and Obstructions” map of the US Marine Waters.

Noaa Wrecks & Obstructions MGR

App Details

Version
1.1
Rating
NA
Size
27Mb
Genre
Navigation Travel
Last updated
June 23, 2017
Release date
April 15, 2015
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App Store Description

New “Ship Wrecks and Obstructions” map of the US Marine Waters.

Useful for Boaters, Sailors, Mariners, Fishermen…..!

It is highly important for every sailor or boater to consider the under water obstacles that may come in contact with the sailing vessel or a ship while navigating in the sea. And also knowing the spots where these ship wrecks and obstructions are present underneath the water throughout the route would save you, your team and vessel from dangerous hazards and helps navigation more safer.

All ship wrecks and obstructions data is derived from official sources NOAA & Automated Wrecks and Obstructions Information System (AWOIS).

Each source provides a series of attributes and description of every wreck or obstruction feature for clearer understanding. Our efforts have been included to make this map more useful by providing information in a user-intuitive style to be able to view each source separately and comparatively.

With the GPS active on the move, the boater can manage the respective obstructions and wrecks of both the sources and can navigate in a safer course.

Disclaimer:
This app is not for Navigation