Navigate by land and by sea with the Garmin GPSMAP 620. This full-featured marine chartplotter pulls double duty with an automotive mode that’s ready to go as soon as you reach the shore when loaded with optional City Navigator road maps for Australia and New Zealand. And to make sure you always know the way, the GPSMAP 620 comes standard with a high-sensitivity GPS receiver and brilliant, high-resolution touchscreen display.
Powerful and Portable
Featuring a marine and an automotive mode, a high-sensitivity GPS receiver, and a rugged case with waterproof (IPX7) design, the GPSMAP 620 is ready for your next outing. The GPSMAP 620 effortlessly shifts gears between marine and automotive modes. When supported by the marine mount, you’ll have at-a-glance access to your marine data. And when used with the optional automotive mount and City Navigator for Australia and New Zealand map data, the automotive mode is automatically activated and the GPSMAP 620 becomes a robust on-the-road navigator.
Designed to Shine
With a brilliant 5.2-inch WVGA touchscreen display, and an intuitive interface, you’ll have everything you need to navigate with confidence. The GPSMAP 620 comes preloaded with a worldwide satellite basemap for ‘view-from-space’ imagery of shorelines and other surface features in the area.
For marine charts, tidal stations, currents and more add the optional Bluechart g2 cartography (sold separately). Or for the ultimate marine navigation use BlueChart g2 Vision which offers 3D sea floor rendering in fish eye 3D and mariners eye 3D for superb navigational awareness. BlueChart g2 Vision also features high resolution colour satellite overlay, fishing charts with uncluttered, detailed bottom contours and auto guidance technology that plots a recommended route.
In automotive mode, the GPSMAP 620 provides turn-by-turn directions that speak street names (with City Navigator for Australia and New Zealand sold separately). And route planning has never been easier. Whether you’re searching for boat shops or bait shops, you’ll be able to plan the quickest and most efficient route. You can also create custom points of interests (POIs) and set up proximity alerts to let you know what’s in your path as you travel down the road.