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Biscayne Bay to Charleston Harbor Preprinted Charts

NOAA Lithographic Nautical Charts

For the last 150 years, the federal government produced nautical charts using lithographic printing presses. Although chart-making techniques advanced from the 19th century’s delicate hand-applied etchings on copper plates to a process that is now completely computer-based, the system remained based on printing large volumes of charts, then selling them from stock for years. Charts for sale were gradually more and more outdated until a new edition was printed.

NOAA discontinued production of Lithographic Nautical Charts this spring. These are our last remaining stock of traditionally-printed charts.

The print on demand system allows the changes made by Coast Survey cartographers to reach mariners much faster. We have Print-On-Demand charts from OCEANGRAFIX.

The paper charts sold by the NOAA-certified printing agents meet carriage requirements for ships covered by Safety of Life at Sea regulations, specified in Title 33 of the Code of Federal Regulations.

April, 2014

NOAA's Online Chart Viewer

NOAA's 1,000-plus U.S. coastal and Great Lakes nautical charts are viewable online. Each chart is up-to-date with the most recent Notices to Mariners corrections.

Select an area to view:
Atlantic Coast
Gulf Coast
Pacific Coast
Alaska
Great Lakes

Product Models
Description WM Model # MFG Part # Availability Price Quantity  
#11470, Fort Lauderdale, Port Everglades, 1:10000 480434 11470
Item no longer available.
#11472, Intracoastal Waterway, Palm Shores to West Palm Beach; Loxahatchee River, 1:40000 480442 11472 MP
Limited availability.

61% Off

$6.88

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#11485, Intracoastal Waterway, Tolmato River to Palm Shores, 1:40000 480509 11485 MP
Limited availability.

45% Off

$9.88

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#11491, St. John's River, Atlantic Ocean to Jacksonville, 1:20000 480525 11491 MP
Limited availability.

62% Off

$6.77

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#11492, St. John's River, Jacksonville to Racy Point, 1:40000 517477 11492
Limited availability.

61% Off

$6.77

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#11502, Doboy Sound to Fernadina, 1:80000 559146 11502
Item no longer available.
#11504, St. Andrew Sound & Satilla River, 1:40000 153901 11504
Limited availability.

61% Off

$6.88

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#11507, Intracoastal Waterway, Beaufort River to St. Simon's Sound, 1:40000 480533 11507 MP
Item no longer available.
#11508, Altamaha Sound, 1:40000 153940 11508
Item no longer available.
#11510, Sapelo and Doboy Sounds, 1:40000 153890 11510
Limited availability.

61% Off

$6.88

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#11511, Ossabaw & St. Catherine's Sounds, 1:40000 153950 11511
Limited availability.

44% Off

$9.88

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#11514, Savannah River, Savannah to Brier Creek, 1:20000 154040 11514SC
Limited availability.

61% Off

$6.88

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#11518, Intracoastal Waterway, Casino Creek, Beaufort River, 1:40000 267676 11518 MP
Limited availability.

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$6.88

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NOAA Lithographic Nautical Charts

For the last 150 years, the federal government produced nautical charts using lithographic printing presses. Although chart-making techniques advanced from the 19th century’s delicate hand-applied etchings on copper plates to a process that is now completely computer-based, the system remained based on printing large volumes of charts, then selling them from stock for years. Charts for sale were gradually more and more outdated until a new edition was printed.

NOAA discontinued production of Lithographic Nautical Charts this spring. These are our last remaining stock of traditionally-printed charts.

The print on demand system allows the changes made by Coast Survey cartographers to reach mariners much faster. We have Print-On-Demand charts from OCEANGRAFIX.

The paper charts sold by the NOAA-certified printing agents meet carriage requirements for ships covered by Safety of Life at Sea regulations, specified in Title 33 of the Code of Federal Regulations.

April, 2014

NOAA's Online Chart Viewer

NOAA's 1,000-plus U.S. coastal and Great Lakes nautical charts are viewable online. Each chart is up-to-date with the most recent Notices to Mariners corrections.

Select an area to view:
Atlantic Coast
Gulf Coast
Pacific Coast
Alaska
Great Lakes

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