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post #17 of Old 10-06-2013
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Re: Charting a course

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Originally Posted by Delezynski View Post
...I then plot the route with many way points to our first destination. This is normally a days sail away in closed in water, or for open water overnight trips. Then, once at anchor we rest and I then plot the next days trip the evening before we depart. It's a relaxing exercise for me and the next trip is fresh in this old mind...
Pretty much what I do when we charter for a week. We decide the next day's destination while having dinner, and I plot the next day's route before going to bed.


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