NV Atlantik Plotterseekarten


Available in 1 day, delivery time 5-7 days

Product number: 9851


Maps & Port plans of the series ATL 1 ATL 2 ATL 3

Digital plotter charts for the Atlantic including Portugal and the Atlantic Islands and the Atlantic Passage.

The charts are supplied on "adapter chips" so the correct format is included whether your chartplotter uses SD or Micro SD cards.

As the charts are not readable on all Simrad Lowrance and B&G units please do not hesitate to contact us if you are unsure.

The SD card or Micro SD contains the digital NV nautical charts of the following series:

  • ATL 1 - NV Atlas Atlantic - Falmouth to Vigo / North Coast of Spain 
  • ATL 2 - NV Atlas Atlantic - Vigo to Gibralta
  • ATL 3 - NV Atlas Atlantic - Atlantic Islands / Madeira - Canary Islands - Azores - Cape Verdes

The nv.plotter charts are stored on SD card and can be used flexibly on the devices according to the plug & play principle.
The map image is identical to that of the well-known NV paper maps. Due to the raster chart display plotters with a screen size of 7 inches or more are recommended.


Lighthouse sectors are accurately displayed main fairways marked with minimum depths red 2-metre line well-presented and editorially prepared content sheet cut-free chart display.

Please note that NV plotter chips are currently only compatible with Navico Group (Simrad Lowrance B&G) instruments. 

  • Lowrance (All HDS series from Gen.1. & 2 & Elite TI)
  • Simrad (NSE NSS NSO and up)
  • B&G (All units Zeus / Vulcan series and up)

Digital plotter charts are an aid only and do not replace an actual paper chart.

Region: Europa, Atlantik

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