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@FSH 210 Sport,
Right on! I‘m glad you found it useful… was just showing it to a friend last night at dinner.. he was very impressed… and I found it on a random search for another map… sometimes the internet is truly great.
Could it just be showing the depths at a certain “tide” level?this is a really good tool. i will say that the depths do error on the side of caution too. i just looked up areas of the icw going to atlantic city. there are many eras there where the depth is about 22 ft and the chart is showing 9. not sure what that is all about. maybe its not up to date or maybe that is the lowest ever recorded or something like that. other areas like in the bay here are fairly accurate but always off on the lower side which is good.