New Feature: Waterway Guide
Waterway Guide content is now available as a chart overlay within the SEAiq app. Waterway Guide utilizes their extensive user base, large network of on-the-water editors, and full-time staff to provide up-to-date and accurate content for safe and informed travel along the waterways. Marinas, anchorages, navigation alerts, bridges and locks for the Eastern U.S., Canada, Bahamas, and Cuba are now available for offline access.
We are informed on May 23, 2018 Garmin will make incompatible changes to the ActiveCaptain server. After this date, the current ActiveCaptain data will continue to work in SEAiq. However, no further updates will be available for download. We recommend users sync offline data on their devices before the May 23 cut-off. We are considering updating SEAiq support for ActiveCaptain but do not have definite plans yet.
SEAiq is compatible with Apple MacOS 10.11 or later on 64-bit laptops, desktops, and servers.
Download the current version for MacOS.
Double click on the downloaded package file to begin the installation process.
Depending on your security settings, you may need to allow SEAiq to run. Go to MacOS Settings / Security / General. Press the button to allow SEAiq to be installed.
Activate Enterprise Account
Activate your Enterprise account by dragging and dropping your account activation file onto SEAiq Pilot. You may first need to save the file to your desktop. Then go to the Files tab and press the Import button next to the file.
If you use charts from NOAA, PRIMAR, or Chartworld, you can use the built-in chart download and update features. If you have your own chart files, you can install them by dragging and dropping the chart files onto SEAiq.