NAVIONICS+ overwhelming value subscription package:
√ NAUTICAL CHARTS for all essential cartographic reference detail. Also get access to searchable Points of Interest (Marinas, Marine Repair, Boat Dealers, etc.) and Tide & Current forecasts including dynamic graphs.
√ SONARCHARTS™ HD bathymetry maps you can enhance, featuring extraordinary bottom contour detail, great for increasing awareness of shallow waters and locating fishing areas at any depth level
√ COMMUNITY EDITS made by users (rocks, wrecks, etc.) and shared for all to benefit
√ CHART UPDATES: we deliver more than 2,000 updates every day! Take advantage of our updates as frequently as you like.
√ ADVANCED MAP OPTIONS to highlight Shallow Areas, select Depth Shading, filter Depth Contours, and adjust shorelines to selected Water Level. Includes a Fishing Mode
√ NAVIGATION MODULE for advanced route planning with ETA, distance to arrival, heading to WP, fuel consumption and more!
Note: Download detailed maps by zooming in or from Menu>Download Map. Maps are saved on your device for offline use. Tap Menu>Update All to keep your charts updated. Check navionics.com for coverage
At the end of one year you can choose to renew your subscription at deeply discounted prices or continue to use the charts you previously downloaded along with the permanent features of the app (see below)
Permanent FEATURES of this app:
TRACK your journey, view speed, distance, time and COG. Save to archive, see stats and playback
ROUTES: create and edit, based on speed and fuel consumption
Measure DISTANCE, add MARKERS, get WIND FORECASTS and sun/moon cycles
MAP OPTIONS: Satellite/Terrain, Safety Depth and Easy View (not on Govt. Charts)
SYNC Tracks, Routes & Markers among your mobile devices
SHARE by email, Tweet and FB your routes, tracks, photos, videos or markers
MAGAZINES & GUIDES for location-based articles from leading industry publishers
GOVT. CHARTS in US
SONARCHARTS ™ LIVE - create an HD bathymetry map in real-time. It uses sonar data either from popular chartplotters/sounders/fishfinder connected via compatible Wi-Fi routers or from the SonarPhone T-BOX that also enables a fishfinder split-screen with Navionics charts
PLOTTER SYNC - Raymarine Wi-Fi enabled plotter owners can transfer routes and markers, upload sonar logs for improved SonarCharts™ and update their eligible plotter card connecting to Navionics through this mobile app
Navionics has certified the following devices with an OS of 4.0 and higher: SAMSUNG: Galaxy S II, S III, S4, S5, S6, Note GT-N7000. HTC: Incredible. NGM: Forward Next, Forward Prime. ALL SALES ARE FINAL on Google Play store. Navionics apps are designed to load and operate correctly with all devices with an OS of 4.0 or higher. We cannot guarantee flawless operation on non-certified devices. Navionics does not support any non-certified Android devices. Please go to Navionics.com for an up-to-date list of certified devices.
An easy-to-use educational tool for both British & Irish Sign Languages.
Provides full alphabet symbols and a library of videos covering everyday phrases.
Quickly and easily switch between languages to see the differences.
The DCID Project is funded by the European Regional Development Fund under Measure IVA of the INTERREG Programme. This Programme is administered by the Special European Union Programmes Body.
With its lyrical themes of teen angst, insecurity, euphoric joy, love and depression, combined with the high octane rock ‘n’ roll of its loud guitars and trashy open high-hats, the release of ‘Please Please Me’ in March 1963 was a seminal moment in the history of British rock music. Its success at home paved the way for the Beatles` relentless evolution throughout 1963, culminating in their international explosion in 1964.
English artists were virtually unknown in the US prior to the British invasion (spearheaded by the Fab Four in 1964). The musical and cultural explosion which followed their breakthrough established British pop/rock (particularly alternative) as the dominating force in international music over the following 30-40 years. And it all began with ‘Please Please Me’.
Exactly which instruments were used during the recording of the album?
Who was the first artist to cover a song from the Fab Four?
What was John Lennon drinking when he recorded the riotous vocal on 'Twist And Shout'?
Who was the inspiration behind 'I Saw Her Standing There'?
Why was WEEDON a private word for anything totally uncool?
All this and more, in this unique Album Companion.
This is an 11-stop audio tour with full colour map along the popular walkway from Dún Laoghaire to Dalkey Quarry in south Dublin, known locally as "The Metals",
It's not just a journey through fascinating engineering and social history. It's also an eye-opening excursion along a unique living heritage.
Join architectural historian Rob Goodbody, author of "The Metals", and producer Aileen O'Meara back to when Dún Laoghaire just a small fishing village surrounded by rocky outcrops, and hear the fascinating story of how engineers designed this unique trackway that shaped the development of this marine town and its fine harbour.
Plants, people and history
The perfect companion for a visit to the gardens, packed with fascinating stories and treasures and over 200 years of history.
> Meet the loneliest plant in the world
> Visit the glasshouse that is an architectural treasure
> See the ‘Last Rose of Summer’
> Hear about plants that eat sheep . . . and much more.
Enthusiastically narrated by the gardens' director, Matthew Jebb, and award-winning heritage writer, Mary Mulvihill, the guide also features Thomas Moore's famous melody, The Last Rose of Summer.
The app combines three colour-coded audio tours of the gardens, with additional information, images and archive photographs. The Green tour explores the historic glasshouses and exotic plants. The Yellow tour is an easy stroll around the garden’s historic highlights. The Red tour takes you to the river, to explore wildlife, plant hunting, and even philosophy.
You can use the app to plan a visit, or to explore the gardens, or as a souvenir afterwards. The app requires a 3G connection to the Internet, and the audio is best enjoyed using headphones.
Developed for the National Botanic Gardens by Ingenious Ireland, with a grant from the Cultural Technology Grant Scheme 2010 from the Department of Tourism, Culture and Sport.
For more ingenious tours, visit www.ingeniousireland.ie