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Plan your next trip with our online nautical charts. We have assembled links to NOAA
online nautical charts. Jump to the bottom of this page for tips and information on how
to get free nautical charts. pda icon NOAA printable nautical charts by area

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Northwest | North Central | Northeast | Central West | Central East | Southwest | The Keys | Southeast | Florida

Florida Nautical Charts - NOAA
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Northwest Nautical Charts North Central Nautical Charts Northeast Nautical Charts
Pensacola Bay and approaches
Pensacola Bay
Pensacola Bay Entrance
ICW West Bay to Santa Rosa Sound
Choctawhatchee Bay
St Joseph and St Andrew Bays
ICW East Bay to West Bay
St. Andrew Bay
St. Andrew Bay - Bear Point to Sulpher Point
ICW Lake Wimico to East Bay
Apalachicola Bay to Cape San Blas
ICW Apalachicola Bay to Lake Wimico
ICW Carrabelle to Apalachicola B;Carrabelle R
Apalachee Bay
Tampa Bay to Cape San Blas
Apalachee Bay
St.Marks River and approaches
Horseshoe Point to Rock Isles;Horseshoe Bch
Crystal River to Horseshoe Point;Suwannee River;Cedar Keys
ICW Tolmato River to Palm Shores
St. Augustine Light to Ponce de Leon Inlet
St. Johns River Racy Point to Crescent Lake
Amelia Island to St. Augustine
ICW St. Simons Sound to Tolmato River
Approaches & Entrance St. Johns River
St. Johns River-Atlantic Ocean to Jacksonville
St. John's River Jacksonville to Racy Point
St. Johns River Dunns Creek to Lake Dexter
St. Johns River Lake Dexter to Lake Harney
Doboy Sound to Fernadina
St. Marys Entr Cumberland Sound & Kings Bay
St. Andrew Sound and Satilla River
Central Nautical Charts

Okeechobee Waterway St. Lucie Inlet to Fort Myers; Lake Okeechobee

 

star icon Gulf of Mexico Sailing Chart 411

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Central West Nautical Charts Florida Nautical Charts Central East Nautical Charts
Tampa Bay to Cape San Blas
Crystal River to Horseshoe Point;Suwannee River;Cedar Keys
Anclote Keys to Crystal River
ICW Tampa Bay to Port Richey
Tampa Bay and St. Joseph Sound
Tampa Bay Entrance; Manatee River Extn
Tampa Bay;Safety Harbor;St. Petersburg
Lemon Bay to Passage Key Inlet
ICW Charlotte Harbor to Tampa Bay
Index - All Charts
Index - Atlantic & The Keys
Index - Gulf Coast
Map - Atlantic Catalog
Map - Gulf Coast Catalog
Cape Hatteras to Straits of Florida
Charleston Light to Cape Canaveral
Cape Canaveral to Key West
Straits of Florida and Approaches
Gulf of Mexico
Gulf Coast - Key West to Mississippi River
Tampa Bay to Cape San Blas
Havana to Tampa Bay
Fort Pierce Harbor
Cape Canaveral to Bethel Shoal
Port Canaveral;Canaveral Barge Canal Ext
Approaches to Port Canaveral
Ponce de Leon Inlet to Cape Canaveral
ICW Tolmato River to Palm Shores
St. Augustine Light to Ponce de Leon Inlet
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Southwest Nautical Charts The Keys Nautical Charts Southeast Nautical Charts
ICW Charlotte Harbor to Tampa Bay
Estero Bay to Lemon Bay, including Charlotte Harbor;Continuation of Peace River
ICW Fort Myers to Charlotte Harbor and Wiggins Pass
Okeechobee Waterway St. Lucie Inlet to Fort Myers; Lake Okeechobee
Lostmans River to Wiggins Pass
Chatham River to Clam Pass; Naples Bay; Everglades Harbor
Everglades National Park Shark River to Lostmans River
East Cape to Mormon Key
Everglades National Park Whitewater Bay
Fowey Rocks to American Shoal
FOLIO SMALL-CRAFT CHART Miami to Marathon and Florida Bay
Everglades National Park Whitewater Bay
Dry Tortugas; Tortugas Harbor
Sand Key to Rebecca Shoal
Key West Harbor and Approaches
Key West Harbor
Florida Keys Sombrero Key to Dry Tortugas
Florida Keys Sombrero Key to Sand Key
ICW Bahia Honda Key to Sugarloaf Key
ICW Sugarloaf Key To Key West
ICW Big Spanish Channel to Johnston Key
ICW Matecumbe to Grassy Key
ICW Alligator Reef to Sombrero Key
Florida Keys Grassy Key to Bahia Honda Key
Fowey Rocks to Alligator Reef
ICW Sands Key to Blackwater Sound
ICW Blackwater Sound To Matecumbe

Straits of Florida Fowey Rocks, Hillsboro Inlet to Bimini Islands, Bahamas
ICW Miami to Elliot Key

Miami Harbor
Fort Lauderdale Port Everglades
ICW West Palm Beach to Miami
ICW Palm Shores to West Palm Beach;Loxahatchee River
Jupiter Inlet to Fowey Rocks; Lake Worth Inlet
Bethel Shoal to Jupiter Inlet

     

What is Obstn Fish Haven on a nautical chart?
Fish havens are artificial shelters or reefs constructed of rocks, concrete, car bodies, and other debris and put on the sea floor to attract fish. Fish havens are often found in the vicinity of fishing ports or major coastal inlets and are usually considered hazards to navigation. Generally these area's are great fishing spots.

Boaters you should use a GPS and have area nautical charts onboard, especially if you are not familiar with the local waters. Staying within nautical markers is encouraged to protect both wildlife and our waterways, and to keep you from getting lost in the back waters.

Collier County Angler GuideThe waters on the Gulf of Mexico, The Keys, and inshore waterways can be shallow, so knowing your depth is very important to avoid grounding. Frequently check the depth reference on your chart and watch the color of the water—the darker the water appears the deeper it is. Always keep in mind charts are not always up to date due to our shifting substrate. The coastal waters of the Gulf and The Keys have little structure, so the sandy substrate is constantly shifted around. Sandbars change locations often—an area could be 4 feet deep this month and sandbar or island the next month. It is also very easy to get lost in the 10,000 Islands or the mangrove islands in and around Florida, so use your charts!

The Boating and Angling Guides by FWC are a great resources consisting of area waterway maps and includeinformation on speed zones, marinas and public access boat ramps, and seagrass and mangrove locations. Get your Guide at the Florida Fish & Wildlife website or pick one up locally. You can also get local charts in bait shops or help support our website and purchase one here.

Visit our Shopping page to buy Boating Books & Nautical Charts.

DISCLAIMER: We provide information on this website for your convenience. This information is provided as a guide for Florida fishing & boating and is not conclusive. We will not be responsible for the accuracy of information on referring websites. We will not be held liable for any damages if you rely on the information or regulations listed on this website.