Navigating waters with no visible landmarks or shallow shorelines can be a daunting task for even the most experienced navigator. Pair our HomePort trip planning software¹ with your existing BlueChart® data and view map details, such as underwater hazards and hidden obstacles, so you can plan a route to avoid them.
Integrated with ActiveCaptain™ content to view marina data, reviews, local knowledge, anchorages and hazards
View animated playback of data collected on device, including sonar data
Measure distance and bearing on the charts
View route/track depth profiles, distance and bearing measurements
Convert tracks into point-to-point routes (track to route conversion) and specifies the speed for each leg of the route
Get estimated arrival time for each leg when you create routes
See fuel consumption (based on your fuel flow data)
Export selected data to Google™ Earth
View statistics and graphical information about tide stations, tidal streams and currents, and tidal predictions
View latitude and longitude grid lines
Manage waypoints, routes and tracks
View the map north-up, map-up or course-up
View celestial information such as sunrise, sunset and moon phase
View photos and POI details
Add vector charts
Navigate with worldwide basemap (included)
Mark waypoints and other POIs, and send data to an SD™ card or Garmin datacard to use in a compatible chartplotter or sounder³
Interfaces with quatix® marine watch
¹HomePort software does not include map data.
²Inland Lakes software is not compatible with HomePort. If using a device preloaded with Inland Lakes software in conjunction with BlueChart g2, BlueChart g2 Vision, only the pre-programmed cards are compatible.
³Mac version does not support Garmin USB card readers.
Depending on the preloaded map, anywhere from a 4 GB to a 32 GB card will be required, if transferring the map from your chartplotter onto a microSD™/SD™ card.