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Old 03-11-2019, 04:27 PM   #1
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Navionics question

I asked Navionics customer service, and they couldn't provide an answer, referred me to a US government site, which I didn't try, saving myself perhaps a week.... So, here it is: What are those little pink birds on Navionics supposed to represent?
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Old 03-11-2019, 05:20 PM   #2
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On page 72 of Noaa chart 1, Symbols, Abbreviations and Terms
used on Paper and Electronic Navigational Charts.........
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It's not the same as the NOAA chart symbols and they are absolutely everywhere on the navionics charts. I always thought they were Navionics watermarks.
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Ok so I looked them up. Navionics has an article about them.

https://navionics.secure.force.com/k...s-on-the-Chart
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Ok so I looked them up. Navionics has an article about them.

https://navionics.secure.force.com/k...s-on-the-Chart
Thats where I got my information from......
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Thanks for such clear information!
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