Only the Eastern Atlantic Islands map covers Madeira
Garmin on the other hand their Iberia map covers it also their Europe map also cover Madeira
Did you check it by yourself? I'm using TT Europe and Europe West maps in different devices and Madeira and Canary Islands are covered. Some time ago I used Southern Europe map too and Madeira was there. So I verified it before posting my answer while you are giving misleading information.
Sorry, I didn't want to be rude but I can assure that Madeira is in all those maps. To me, it's absolutely natural to have Madeira and Canary Islands in every map that covers Spain and Portugal since they belong to these countries. I don't know why TT does not mention Madeira in other maps than Eastern_Atlantic_Islands but it would be like not covering Sardinia and Corse in Italia and France maps while doing it just in Western Mediterranean Islands map. Do you read Corse in any other map? No, but actually it's present in France, Western Europe, ..., etc. maps.
As you can see I can easily set up an itinerary from Madrid to Funchal, Madeira, with my Western_and_Central_Europe_2Gb_900.4600 map (not updated to 905 yet because I'm a bit lazy). And now I know that it takes only 38 hours by ferry...
If you don't believe me and these screenshots I made right now, then give it a try by yourself when you can.
Last edited by #88; 1st April 2013 at 17:57.
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Don't worry, we're here to learn from each other. My only target was to give correct information to moggyminor1966 and to other users who are reading this thread.
I was about to answer your previous post but I suppose you already did your checking. As I wrote, I was using Western_and_Central_Europe_2Gb_900.4600, anyway.
But I was pretty sure because I noticed Madeira a long time ago in other maps like Southern_Europe, Europe_1Gb_West and so on.