Navionics features can now be used in full after software update on Raymarine chartplotters:

Dock-to-Dock Autorouting – SonarCharts Live – additional features

Raymarine: Navionics Dock-to-DockRaymarine: Navionics SonarCharts LiveRaymarine: Navionics Add Chart Features

Raymarine and Navionics have collaborated to provide exciting new features to our mutual customers, including Navionics’ award-winning Dock-to-dock Autorouting, SonarCharts™ Live and Advanced Map Options.

Dock-to-dock Autorouting
Navionics Dock-to-dock Autorouting, a unique breakthrough in boating navigation, quickly creates detailed routes from a real start point to a real end point, even through narrow passages and channels where they are needed most, using sophisticated algorithms. This unprecedented innovation requires only simple user input, whereby boaters choose a starting point and destination, to calculate a detailed route that takes into consideration chart data, navigation aids, water depth and more.
SonarCharts Live
SonarCharts Live allows users to create new personal 1 ft/0.5 m HD bathymetry maps that display in real time on a plotter screen. In addition, sonar logs are automatically uploaded to Navionics to improve SonarCharts™, the award-winning 1 ft/0.5 m HD bathymetry map that reflects ever-changing conditions. Updated SonarCharts can be downloaded by Navionics customers to their Navionics card and Boating mobile app daily.
Advanced Map Options
Raymarine users can customize their view of Navionics charts by highlighting shallow areas, selecting a fishing range and adjusting SonarCharts contour density.
All the new Navionics functionality is available for Raymarine a, c, e, eS and gS Series MFD models produced after 2011 and the new LightHouse II Release 17 installed (click here to download the software and read further instructions.). Additionally you will need an up-to-date [1] Navionics+ or Platinum+ Chart.
[1] "Freshest data" is still running and latest corrections are not older than April 2016.