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OpenCPN

OpenCPN
A Chartplotter and GPS Navigation Software. OpenCPN is a free software (GPLv2) project to create a concise chart plotter and navigation software, for use underway or as a planning tool. OpenCPN is developed by a team of active sailors using real world conditions for program testing and refinement. The most recent stable version, OpenCPN 4.4.0, was published on 13 June 2016 and can be downloaded from opencpn.org/ocpn/download.What is new in 4.4.0? Features Worldwide, standard, S57 and encrypted S63 vector chart support. Platforms * Windows XP SP3 , Vista, 7, 8, 8.1 and 10 * Linux, BSD, Solaris * Apple Macintosh OS X Participate OpenCPN is under active development, and we are always looking for contributions such as: The OpenCPN original FAQ Not everyone can contribute with code, but please consider helping out financially. It'easy to donate through PayPal. It's also possible to find a donate button in OpenCPN. Locate and press in the toolbar. Press the "Donate" button and follow the instructions.

http://opencpn.org/ocpn/

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