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Re: Garmin and Navionics Apps

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Originally Posted by Cruisingdad View Post
I have seen more and more people connecting their Ipads to the pedestal (even ft cruisers) than ever before. I wonder if this is starting to hurt business for the Raymarines of the world?

Anyways, they are good apps and cheap investments as everyone seems to agree.

Brian
Probably, but you need to spend some good bucks on the initial CP. It is so much easier to plot, ad lay in your course on an IPad at you leisure then download by just syncing them via Bluetooth.

My wife gets annoyed when I am down below on passage watching her movements on the IPad.
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