Olex Charts

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Recommended For:

  • Recreation
  • Coastal Fishing
  • Scientific Research
  • Commercial Fishing
  • Workboats

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Olex Charts

Recommended For:

  • Recreation
  • Coastal Fishing
  • Scientific Research
  • Commercial Fishing
  • Workboats

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Olex Charts

The Olex 3D Seabed Chartplotter take advantage of the range of charts which are available from our Chart supplier.

ENCs

Electronic Navigational Charts (ENCs) are official digital vector nautical charts produced by national hydrographic offices (HOs) in accordance with the International Hydrographic Organisation's (IHO) standard S-57.

ENCs meet SOLAS chart carriage requirements as long as the charts are kept up-to-date and displayed using a type-approved Electronic Chart Display and Information System (or ECDIS.)

Chartworld Charts

ChartWorld digital charts are vector nautical charts derived by ChartWorld from S-57 data produced and licensed to us by national HOs for non-SOLAS applications only ideally suited for Olex.

The Chartworld charts provide a cost effective, detailed charting solution for UK and Ireland.

Navionics Charts for Olex

Navionics digital nautical charts are S-57 vector charts that are privately produced by Navionics SpA. Navionics provides a seamless cartographic database with global coverage; the largest privately owned database of its kind in the World.

Navionics charts are available in individual chart areas or full Zone coverage e.g. Full European Charts.

Please note: ChartWorld and Navionics digital charts are not updated or maintained in accordance with SOLAS requirements and must not be used as a replacement for up-to-date and authorized official nautical charts or ENCs. Only up-to-date official charts (and any other required publications) contain the information needed for safe navigation. The master of a vessel is responsible at all times for using the correct information for the planning and conduct of their voyage.