savvy navvy

savvy navvy

By savvy navvy

  • Category: Navigation
  • Release Date: 2019-09-25
  • Current Version: 1.1.39
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 24.18 MB
  • Developer: savvy navvy
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
Score: 4.14286
From 21 Ratings


Marine navigation in seconds. Plot the safest and fastest route to sail with detailed charts, real-time weather forecasts and tidal information, all in one app. Drop a pin to indicate your start and finish points and savvy navvy will quickly plot a route to sail, suited to your boat specifications. 1. Plot a route to sail in seconds 2. Weather forecasts enable you to pick the best departure time 3. Instantly compare routes for the best ETA FEATURES 1. Automatic-routing Plot a route to sail in seconds, simply drop your start and finish pins and savvy navvy will plot you the best route to sail. Routes will take into account charted shallows/dangers, real-time weather data, tidal information and your boat settings. 2. Course To Steer (and tidal stream information) can be easily viewed on your screen. 3. Departure planning Plan the best time to leave the marina for that perfect sail and ensure you always arrive on time with our four day weather forecast. Toggle through various days and times to quickly view the effect on your trip. 4. Wind and depth information Tap the screen anywhere on the chart to see charted depth and wind information. Read our terms of service here:



  • Better and Better

    By Solarken
    This app is useful. It has improved from day one. Give feedback and ides and they listen. I’m impressed by the growth from the beginning.
  • Great UI, but requires re-login too frequently

    By Layman85
    And always when out of cell service. This is an annoying and potentially dangerous quirk. There were a few times testing out this free trial that I had to jump to Navionix which I thankfully kept as a backup just because I didn’t have service and I was stuck on a login screen I couldn’t get past.
  • 25.00 a year, too Steep for what’s avail.Should say it up front

    By Ginsweed
    See above
  • What a great start! Obviously designed by sailors

    By chwnyc
    This is the first sailing app I’ve used that works to answer the most important questions I have as we sail: what is the current doing? Can I point to get there or will I have to tack? Well worth the price of subscription. And more importantly, it doesn’t show extraneous information and map features that clutter up other navigation apps. This adds to convenience, but most importantly SAFETY when a split-second decision is needed and your plotter is the key source of information. Finally it is a beautiful presentation. Our boat is beautiful, and Savvy Navvy fits right in. Other chart plotters look like the product manager’s kid chose the icons and colors. All the features I might want aren’t here yet, but I appreciate how the company is being careful about adding what is essential, vs. throwing the kitchen sink at the product.
  • one improvement

    By doghousedarr
    I love this app, but would make one improvement. I would like to see available routes four boats with no motor power. If there is weak wind the app says no route available, but it would be great to see a course, No matter how inefficient. For example if staying at anchor for 18 hours until the wind changes is the only possibility, it would be nice for the app to say that
  • We got onboard at the start

    By sv Papillon
    We’ve enjoyed being part of Savvy Navvy since they first came out. We are impressed with their continued development and improvements.
  • Great sailing features

    By Porfuse
    This app has a lot of great sailing features. Haven’t been able to take it out on the water but excited to try its excellent wind forecasting features. I had a small problem with the app but I reached out to the developers who responded quickly and were able to identify my issue (was related to wind animations and my phone getting warm to the touch).
  • 👍👍

    By jwilkins17
    This is a great app for sailing...and they keep on making it better. They recently added a CTS feature to compensate for tides and currents.