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NOAAHawaiian and Pacific Islands Preprinted Charts

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Hawaiian and Pacific Islands Preprinted Charts

NOAA Lithographic Nautical Charts

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) Lithographic Nautical Charts are the traditional paper charts that are updated with each new edition and are one of NOAA's signature products. The comprehensive suite of traditional paper charts can be used to navigate the Great Lakes and the coastal waters of the U.S. and its territories.

Traditional paper charts are produced by a lithographic printing process, and are printed by the Federal Aviation Administration. Individual charts vary in physical size and scale to meet specific needs of mariners. For example:

  • Most traditional paper charts are printed on one side of large-format, durable paper
  • Small-craft charts are pre-folded much like a road map and are tailored for use by the recreational boater
  • Some traditional charts that cover rivers or canals are created in page format and are spiral bound to form a book

When a new chart edition is created, it includes the latest nautical information available to NOAA up until the time of printing. New editions are published when one or more changes of navigational importance render the prior printing obsolete. During a typical year, NOAA may create 200 to 300 new chart editions. The edition number and date (month and year of printing) are found in the lower left corner of the chart. The dates of the latest Notice to Mariners and Local Notice to Mariners corrections applied to the chart are also listed.

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

Customer Reviews
Product Models
Description WM Model # MFG Part # Availability Price Quantity  
#19004, Hawaiian Islands, 1:600000 109900 19004
Ships when available.

$12.99

#19007, Hawaii to French Frigate Shoals, 1:1650000 506477 19007
Ships when available.

$12.99

#19320, Island of Hawaii, 1:250000 506485 19320
Ships when available.

$12.99

#19340, Hawaii to Oahu, 1:250000 109959 19340
Ships when available.

$12.99

#19347, Channels between Molokai, Maui, & Lanai, 1:80000 271330 19347
Ships when available.

$12.99

#19351, Channels between Oahu, Molokai & Lanai; Kaumalapau Harbor, 1:80000 271320 19351
In stock online.

$12.99

#19357, Island of Oahu; Barbers Point Harbor, 1:80000 109975 19357
In stock online.

$12.99

#19358, Southeast Coast of Oahu, Waimanalo Bay to Diamond Head, 1:20000 517642 19358
Ships when available.

$12.99

#19359, Oahu, East Coast, Käneohe Bay, 1:15000 335810 19359
In stock online.

$12.99

#19367, Island of Oahu, Honolulu Harbor, 1:5000 196014 19367
In stock online.

$12.99

#19380, Oahu to Niihau, 1:247482 109983 19380
Ships when available.

$12.99

#19381, Island of Kauai, 1:80000 271348 19381
In stock online.

$12.99

#540, Hawaiian Islands, Sailing, 1:3121170 271413 540
In stock online.

$12.99

Product Description

NOAA Lithographic Nautical Charts

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) Lithographic Nautical Charts are the traditional paper charts that are updated with each new edition and are one of NOAA's signature products. The comprehensive suite of traditional paper charts can be used to navigate the Great Lakes and the coastal waters of the U.S. and its territories.

Traditional paper charts are produced by a lithographic printing process, and are printed by the Federal Aviation Administration. Individual charts vary in physical size and scale to meet specific needs of mariners. For example:

  • Most traditional paper charts are printed on one side of large-format, durable paper
  • Small-craft charts are pre-folded much like a road map and are tailored for use by the recreational boater
  • Some traditional charts that cover rivers or canals are created in page format and are spiral bound to form a book

When a new chart edition is created, it includes the latest nautical information available to NOAA up until the time of printing. New editions are published when one or more changes of navigational importance render the prior printing obsolete. During a typical year, NOAA may create 200 to 300 new chart editions. The edition number and date (month and year of printing) are found in the lower left corner of the chart. The dates of the latest Notice to Mariners and Local Notice to Mariners corrections applied to the chart are also listed.

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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5.0

perfect for my needs

By Hawaiian Eye

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Pros

  • Clear, well printed

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      Comments about Hawaiian and Pacific Islands Preprinted Charts:

      easy to use...details are what i expected... and can't find any problems, after all it is a nav chart.... i use this chart as reference when i travel to the islands..

      Service and delivery comments:

      great delivery time and came in great condition...

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