Marine Software and Electronic Charts


Navmaster ECDIS is a long-established Electronic Chart Display and Information System, incorporating the input of many navigators.  It is fully compliant with regulations at low capital cost, minimal through-life costs and superior training & support services. It delivers clear functionality and ease of use in the familiar Windows interface. 

Flexible hardware combinations make Navmaster ECDIS easy to install in existing ships as well as newbuilds, from VLCC bridges to offshore support vessels.  Retrofit installations can take place within sailing schedules, backed by a complete after-sale training and support service.

Navmaster ECDIS v9 is type approved against all current ECDIS standards. 

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The latest Navmaster version is
navmaster ecdis atlas map chart


  • Easy chart install & updating via email or internet
  • Universal route format – to share routes between different ECDIS/office PCs
  • Onscreen access to all main commands
  • Admiralty AIO, TotalTide, Navtex & autopilot compatible
  • Voyage data replay for incident analysis
  • Type-specific Familiarisation: onboard, ashore, via internet
  • Radar image overlay
  • Remote diagnostics
  • Pay As You Sail option
  • Single ECDIS easily upgradable to dual via network cable


We’ve listed links to various ECDIS regulatory documents useful to superintendents managing the transition to ECDIS.  Let us know if you can suggest other helpful documents and we’ll add them

This draws together relevant guidance from seven previous ECDIS circulars into a single, consolidated document. MSC.1/Circ.1503. 24 July 2015

IMO clarifies the status of older ECDIS equipment.  MSC.1/Circ.1221. 11 December 2011.

MCA Guidance.   MIN 503 (M). (Replaces MIN 442). April 2015.

Irish Maritime Administration guidance on ECDIS training.  Marine Notice No. 42 of 2014. 17 July 2014

Extract from the OCIMF Ship Inspection Report (SIRE) programme.  March 2015

Graphic display of ship types & ECDIS deadlines.  UKHO table.

Nautical Institute paper.  November 2012.

Nautical Institute’s checklist for type-specific training programmes.  November 2012.