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Hi there. Wonder if someone can help.

I have some coordinates of routes taken by ships and I want to plot this into ArcMap. I am wondering if anyone can help as I am a bit stuck.

Also I wonder if anyone knows of a provider for navigation charts which are compatible with ArcMap for Europe? I don't know if this is possible yet.

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Also I wonder if anyone knows of a provider for navigation charts which are compatible with ArcMap for Europe? I don't know if this is possible yet.


You might want to check out Sea zone or the UK Hydro Office.

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Rijkswaterstaat offers ENC data in S-57 format here. Only for The Netherlands though and they do say it's for demo/test purposes only.
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Hi thanks, that is a good call. I will ask them.

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Rijkswaterstaat offers ENC data in S-57 format here. Only for The Netherlands though and they do say it's for demo/test purposes only.



Just another question. I am on the site and see the demo files, however I am not sure how to put these into arcmap. Does anyone know about extension .000?

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Just another question. I am on the site and see the demo files, however I am not sure how to put these into arcmap. Does anyone know about extension .000?


That's S-57 data. It's widely supported and a standard for ENC data, but I guess ArcMap doesn't like it. If you want, I can convert them to shapefiles for you. Just email me privately (hans-at-redgeographics-dot-com).
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