High-resolution satellite imagery
Coastal roads with interest points
Map Key - VUS015R
Get a fresh perspective when you take to the water with BlueChart g2 Vision. With BlueChart g2 Vision data, you'll get detailed marine cartography that provides convenient viewing of nautical content and other premium features.
Lake Superior and northern Lake Huron are covered in detail for the U.S. portion from Duluth through Alpena, including Crooked Lake, Burt Lake, and Mullett Lake in Michigan; and for the Canadian portion from Thunder Bay to Tobermory, ON.
Realistic navigation features showing everything from shaded depth contours and coastlines to spot soundings, navaids, port plans, wrecks, obstructions, intertidal zones, restricted areas, IALA symbols and more.
Smooth display presentation including seamless transitioning between zoom levels and more continuity across chart boundaries.
Safety shading allows user to enable contour shading for all depth contours shallower than user-defined safe depth.
Fishing charts to help scope out bottom contours and depth soundings with less visual clutter on the display.
High-resolution satellite imagery, when overlaid on the chart, provides the mariner with a realistic view of the land and water for unparalleled situational awareness.
Aerial reference photography provides "real world" photos of ports, harbors, marinas, waterways, navigation landmarks and other points of interest, offering the mariner another powerful tool for navigating unfamiliar waters.
MarinerEye view 3-D perspective provides a bird's eye view from behind the boat showing the chart information for a quick, reliable and easy position fix.
FishEye view 3-D perspective provides an underwater view that visually represents the sea floor according to the chart's information.
Auto Guidance technology searches chart data to suggest the best passage to a destination. Includes tides, currents, marine services, coastal roads and points of interest.
BlueChart g2 Vision is compatible with Garmin's 7000, 6000, 5000, 4000, 700, 500, and 400 series chartplotters.