I'm trying to figure out a straightforward way to get some paper charts for Alaska (Prince William Sound). Printing chart sections myself and laminating could be one option. I tried (just now) downloading Rose Coastal Explorer - the software that Denis Dwyer recommends, but it seems a very steep learning curve with basically no useful help within the software or online. I'm not about top shell out $500+CAD unless it does what I want, and perfectly! If anybody can point to instructions online, please do! Here's the 'default display': There are a couple of 'Trails Illustrated' charts of PWS from National Geographic; one is out of print. For some areas (not all) of PWS, 'booklet charts' can be downloaded from NOAA. It looks like I'd have to print those pages, tape them together and then cut them into pieces for laminating.... Buying printed charts - from a print-on-demand dealer in the US - at high prices- will get me a mixture of charts in different scales to cover the area. (BTW, be thankful for our 'backward' CHS that allows me to bike down to my chart dealer and buy top quality charts with good coverage, at reasonable prices!!) I'd appreciate suggestions! Thanks!