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November 2017

Our map is the finest, most complete and accurate navigation chart of Lake Winnipesaukee. We guarantee it!

Why? Duncan Press is the ONLY chart where...

  • ...FISH HABITATS are placed by the NH Fish and Game Department. There is NO fishing information on the competition's charts.
  • ...unlike its competitor, North is at the top of the chart.
  • ...unlike its competitor, all the official buoys are numbered, in a cooperative effort between the Marine Patrol and Duncan Press.
  • ...unlike its competitor, both numbered AND companion spar buoys are shown.
  • ...the legal NO-WAKE AREAS on the Chart are highlighted with yellow. Again, they were checked by the Marine Patrol. And again, the Duncan Press charts are the ONLY ones who do this.
  • ...water DEPTHS are colored...based on information from the NH Fish and Game Department, again, unlike its competitor.
Fragment

...a fragment of the 2015 Winni chart.

How is the 4.1 Edition Duncan Press Lake Winnipesaukee Navigation Chart different from the ‘Old Green Map?’

The "Old Green Map" is a classic. Thousands of people over the years have collected them, used them, and, most of all, loved them. So why change a chart that has been so revered for forty plus years?

For answers, read on for particulars on map design.

Where Do the Various Winnipesaukee Courses and Buoys Tell Me to Go?

COURSES

See the broken lines on the Chart section on your right? These are the Marine Patrol suggested COURSES.

Even if you're not sure of the direction of the buoys, follow the COURSES on your Duncan Press Chart.

BUOYS

Cardinal Black-top Buoys

Go around the black-top buoys to the north or east side.


Cardinal Red-top Buoys

Go around the red-top buoys to the south or west side.


Lateral Solid Black and Solid Red Buoys

Always go BETWEEN the solid black and the solid red buoys.


Info No-Wake Buoys

Pilot your boat no more than six miles an hour. This is the "no-wake" speed.

Your boat can go on either side of the buoy.

Info Danger Buoys

The yellow triangles on the Chart mark a DANGER area. This means you should AVOID THAT AREA because of a profusion of rocks just below the surface.

Info Numbered Buoys

Let the colors on the Chart decide which way to go around the Numbered Buoys:

Black-numbered for North and East

Red-numbered for South and West


For more important information about buoys, click here.


Duncan Press Lake Winni is the ONLY chart with these UNIQUE features...

For a more complete list, go to Current Duncan Press vs. Competitor’s Charts

North is at the top

No-Wake AREAS are colored yellow

Inflows are specified

Depths are colored

Town docks and services are named

700+ buoys are numbered ("waypointed")

Information offices are located

Landforms are 3D

Fish habitats are placed

Loons nests are located
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