Marine Navigator Lite

Marine Navigator Lite

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Marine Navigator Lite is an offline navigator using raster navigational charts (RNC's) to plot your position in real time. This way you can navigate with true copies of official paper charts on your mobile device. This lite version of the Marine Navigator provides the following basic navigation functions:
* real time positioning (instantly shows vessel's position and course on the chart)
* display of navigational data (position, speed over ground, course over ground)
* distance and bearing calculation
Marine Navigator Lite doesn't come with pre-installed nautical charts. Instead it is able to import BSB/KAP raster navigational charts (see menu->help for instructions). RNC's are available for free at various internet sites:
* (Suite of NOAA nautical charts that covers the coastal waters of the U.S. and its territories)
* (Openseamap charts are based on Openstreetmap data enriched with additional nautical information. The charts cover selected european coastal waters).

Tags: marine navigator lite, marine navigator, bsb kap, bsb charts, marine navigator lite apk, kap, marine navigation, marine navigation apk, nautical chart apk, marine navigator lite charts.

Recently changed in this version

* integration of chart download (NOAA, Brazil and other)
* incorrect display of lat/lon: xx° xx" 60'

Comments and ratings for Marine Navigator Lite
  • (58 stars)

    by Evgeny V on 18/04/2014

    Now I'm looking for chart 305 and 305-Inset (Haifa bay)

  • (58 stars)

    by John Suer on 18/04/2014

    Being able to download and clearly see the nautical charts is a real plus.

  • (58 stars)

    by Alan Nelson on 27/03/2014

    Awkward and cumbersome to use.

  • (58 stars)

    by Ali Hussain on 22/03/2014

  • (58 stars)

    by Michael Halloran on 11/03/2014

    My first problem was that WinZip- type apps can't make sense of the zipfiles that NOAA provides; they insist that it's part of a multi-file archive or something. I found that I could download the zip files to my Linux PC, and open them using a Linux app c

  • (58 stars)

    by rahmad aco on 22/02/2014


  • (58 stars)

    by Steve Semenuk on 20/02/2014

    Ap consistently reads the wrong GPS position on my Nexus 7