The Sandy Project is a 3-day sonar logging event focused along the New Jersey coastline which was heavily damaged during Hurricane Sandy in October 2012. In cooperation with the Marine Trades Association of New Jersey, West Marine, and other businesses, Navionics has organized the Sandy Project to remap the coastline and raise funds for the Hurricane Sandy Recovery & Relief Fund. Navionics has pledged to donate $1 for every mile of sonar logs uploaded during this event, up to $5,000, to the fund.
Navionics representatives will be on site to kick off the event with how-to seminars. Enjoy free food, drinks and prizes while learning how to help your fellow boaters remap the coast. Attend a seminar Thursday, July 18 or Friday, July 19, from 6pm - 8pm at one of these locations:
Additional Sandy Project Partners:
The NJ coastline has changed significantly. Please help your fellow boaters remap the coast. Watch the video.
Updated SonarCharts™ can be viewed by anyone on our WebApp as soon as the new data has been integrated. Customers who own Freshest Data eligible Navionics Platinum+, HotMaps Platinum and Navionics+ charts can download updated SonarCharts™ for free. Customers with Gold or HotMaps Premium can upgrade to Navionics+ by using Navionics Updates to access SonarCharts™ and one year of Freshest Data updates.
For those who have the Navioncs mobile app, you can use the Edit Map feature to add, delete, or modify objects. These Community Edits are available almost immediately to all other Navionics mobile app users, and can be downloaded to eligible charts and accessed on compatible plotters.
Click here to contact us about the Sandy Project.