C-MAP Launches Free Chart Promotion

Free C-MAP Charts Included with Purchase of Select Lowrance, Simrad or B&G Fishfinder/Chartplotter Displays

Tulsa, Okla. – C-MAP, a leader in digital marine cartography and cloud-based mapping, announced today a new C-MAP Free Chart Campaign for the U.S. and Canada. Offering boaters unparalleled charting detail and functionality, premium C-MAP charts will be offered free via mail-in rebate with the purchase of select Lowrance, Simrad and B&G fishfinder/chartplotter displays through authorized dealers.

Running from September 17th to October 31st, consumers who purchase any Lowrance HDS Carbon or Elite Ti fishfinder/chartplotter can select and receive via mail-in rebate the choice of either a C-MAP Max-N+ Coastal Chart or C-MAP Lake Insight HD card for free. Consumers who purchase any Lowrance HOOK2 fishfinder/chartplotter display can select to receive a free C-MAP Insight PRO card.

The same free-chart, mail-in rebate offer will be available from September 17th to December 31, for consumers who purchase any Simrad GO XSE/XSR or NSS Evo3 displays, as well as the B&G Vulcan or Zeus3 sailing chartplotter.

Offering significant value and powerful functionality, C-MAP MAX-N+ ($299 value) and Insight HD maps ($169 value) are the premium versions of highly detailed maps that now come with every Lowrance or Simrad chartplotter and provide a greater mapping experience with high-resolution satellite imagery, aerial photographs, 3D views, high-resolution bathymetric fishing charts, detailed marina charts and dynamic raster charts. C-MAP Insight Pro ($99 value) provides the mapping coverage Lowrance users have relied on to navigate safely to the best fishing spots and C-MAP Charts coastal boaters have used for years, with a fresh new look.

C-MAP MAX-N+ is available in wide coverage areas including U.S. West Coast and Hawaii, Central America and the Caribbean and the U.S. East Coast and Bahamas. C-MAP Insight HD is available for U.S. lakes in the West, North Central, South Central, South East and North East coverage areas. C-MAP Insight Pro offers U.S. inland and coastal mapping coverage, including Alaska and Hawaii.

For a limited time, consumers who log-in and order their chartplotter purchases directly at www.lowrance.comwww.simrad-yachting.com or www.bandg.com can select and receive the C-MAP chart with shipment of their purchased display.

For more information the C-MAP Free Chart Offer, including a copy of the mail-in rebate form, please visit www.lowrance.com/offers, www.simrad-yachting.com/offers or www.bandg.com/offers.

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1 Response

  1. Ben Ellison Ben Ellison says:

    Frankly, I didn’t think it meant much when C-Map and Navico merged last summer, given the common ownership…


    … but, wow, I like seeing how generous Navico has gotten with premium C-Map cartography. To be clear, the deal only applies to North American chart cards but you can get a Max N+ card that includes the Bahamas or the Carribean, and N+ means they will have both vector and raster charts for that area. See the mail-in rebate for more detail:


    You may also notice that the rebate is a bit of a pain to complete, but also note that you can get the same deal by buying Navico stuff direct online and they just deduct the $299 for a Max N+ card automatically (I tried it). It’s arguably unkind to their dealer network, but if you already have Navico MFDs consider adding a GO5 to your NMEA 2000 for $419 with free $299 C-Map:


    Remember that the GO5 doesn’t have Ethernet networking with other MFDs, but it sure likes like it could serve as a nice instrument or sonar display, or autopilot control head, and it will actually show all C-Map N+ features, over WiFi to a tablet too.

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