: Find precise location data, sunrise and sunset times, height, contours, and distances all without registration.
MapMaker International from National Geographic
: Overlay a number of different themes from water, land, and climate to population, political, and economic systems. Draw on the map and place a variety of different markers as well as use a measuring tool in kilometres or miles. Save as an XML or PNG file.
: Add markers to a Google map, mark points of interest, and draw lines. Password protect or openly share your map with others without registration.
: Create and download a custom vector map. Add places and political, topographic, and seafloor layers.
Marine Geoscience Data Systems Custom Maps and Grids
: Make high-resolution topography maps of land and seabeds that you can download for free.
National Atlas Map Maker
: Create, save, and print US based maps using a number of layers including geographic, political, and historical.
: Overlay historical maps over current satellite views of a number of places around the world.
: View Bing and Yahoo maps on one site. Zoom and rotate.
: Create a simple Google map with one marker and text that you can share or embed without needing to register.
: Add a data overlay to a map based on US data such as age, income, and population. Embed or share a custom URL with comments.
: Create custom Google maps that can be embedded or shared without registration. Add multiple points or add custom overlay sets.
: Draw on a Google Map and add markers, images, and text as well. Save as an image, get a link, or embed. Even add a custom style to your map.
: Create a custom Google map with markers, images, movies, and more. Share your custom map for free.
: Create vector, shape based, or custom maps based on your own data. Change projection types and export as an image.
: Created using data from users, OpenStreetMap is an alternative to Google maps where users can download images or data.
: Draw lines, scribble, and add markers with comments on a Google map with out registration. Share the link or embed in your blog or website.
: Combine Google maps, Streetview, and Bing maps as one map. Add Wikipedia and Panoramio layers as well. Embed on your website or blog.
: Show a map with all the places you have visited in the world. Embed the map on your website or blog.
: Create a road trip route with markers of things to do and see along the way. You are unable to save or print the map without registering, but you can always create a screenshot of the map to download.