NAVIGATION AND SECURITY
The charts include shoreline, bottom topography, depths, navigational hazards and obstacles (rocks, stones, shipwrecks), natural and man-made navigation objects and marks, fairways with marked shipping lanes, anchorage areas, and data on land areas covered by the chart.
The charts in the Atlas show water safety organizations, their areas of responsibility, forbidden zones, communication channels and contacts of dispatch control services, specifics of navigation for small vessels on waterways, including hydraulic engineering structures, bridges, crossings and much more.
The information and reference boxes contain navigational and hydrographic outlines of water areas, pilotage information, information on coastal infrastructure facilities and hydraulic structures.
INFRASTRUCTURE AND POI
Travel planning facilities such as petrol stations, shops, pharmacies, hotels and holiday camps, restaurants, etc. are marked on the charts in the Atlas.
You will find green anchorages and yacht clubs with descriptions, diagrams, approaches and photos.
There are also detailed descriptions and pictures of significant sites accessible to water tourists - nature areas, wildlife reserves, cultural and historical heritage sites, places of military glory and other attractions.
In the Atlas, you will find information on festivals, celebrations and important events and activities of regional and national significance.
The Atlas features a variety of routes for travelling along sections of the waterways; you will also find links to approaching anchorages, yacht clubs and other sites. The routes are based on recommendations from expert yachtsmen and boaters.
MORIS database collects and continuously updates specialized navigation information in the form of markers, tracks and routes, which are stored in GPX (GPS eXchange Format). The format works with multiple PC programs, including Google Earth, Ozi Explorer, Yandex.Navigator, i-Boating, navigation apps for mobile devices, such as i-Boating, Navionics Boating, C-Map App, Transas iSailor and others.
Scan the QR code in the Atlas or select from the site description in the Locius SQRE app to download, open and save the relevant routes, tracks or markers on your computer or in the navigation app.