Originally Posted by sailingdog
Might want to RE-READ CHUCKLESR's post. It clearly says NON-US WATERS. He didn't say there was a problem for getting charts for SeaClear II for US Waters... just that doing so for other waters makes it a less than ideal solution
And my points are that Seaclear was not orginally created for use with US digital charts and I didn't know Chuckles planned to leave the bay anytime soon and therefore chart avalibilty would not be a problem for him as it is for the OP.
Seaclear was designed by a guy that scanned his paper charts and that process is documented so others could follow it if you have paper charts of whatever areas you'll be sailing. Yes scanning charts would be a PITA and I agree that in that case Seaclear is more of a solution for the "alpha-geek" type sailor that both enjoys the technological challenges and will be sailing in non-us waters.