Nowadays, while maritime spedition is still in big progress, the requierements for maritime harbours and sea-river ports are to carry out the larger vessels. It is the harobour manager obligation to ensure the safe depth for entering vessels and the master of the vessel or pilot, to maintain safety of navigation during maneuvering in harbour basins. Used, so far, paper maps are gradually replaced by the electronic navigational charts (ENC), which are corresponding with the standards described in detail by International Hydrographic Organization (IHO). In its publication: S-57 and S-52, the Organization shows the ENCs encoding format and presentation of data on the screen. S-44 Standard describes the bathymetric measurement accuracy. The bathymetry is the essential element of typical ENC charts. Creating the ENC chart requires data from various sources, such as terrestrial measurements, ortophotos, satellite images, historical information and bathymetric surveying. Each of these data has its own precision and therefore has a different accuracy. Mapping of the coastline depends on the accuracy of the raster and usually requires the verification on the land, with usage of surveying tools or GPS-RTK. Precision in bathymetric surveying generates a potential errors of accuracy, due to the use of the acoustic equipment and also bathymetric systems peripherals sensors, such a position from the GPS antenna. In this article, the authors are presenting an analysis of standards and their application in production of the precise navigational charts ENC. Within the framework of this study, the extended with additional mapping objects geodatabase were described and prepared.