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Re: Traditional Navigation

Originally Posted by JoeDiver View Post
but a very strong wind also blew all the paper maps out of the boat and into the water, where they got all wet and soggy and were ruined.
Charts belong on a chart table (or saloon table). I do not allow charts in the cockpit. My memory is good enough that I can walk up the companionway stairs without forgetting how I should be navigating.

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