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Hello I am new here. First let me say I am sorry if this post is redundant but I am short on time and can not spend too much time searching through a bunch of back posts.

My father and I just moved onto his new Amel Super Maramu. He wants to use MaxSea to upload routes and/or way-points to the Raymarine GPS on-board the boat. He has had the Raymarine PC to Sea talk/NMEA box installed after much hassle by Stephan the Puchon rep here in La Rochelle. He has it working for the most part but the GPS does not seem to receive all of the way-points. If you send 5 way-points the GPS might only get 3 of them.

Has anyone else had this problem or know what might be wrong?

We are using MaxSea v10. The GPS is a RN300. Any thing that might help would be much appreciative. TIA.
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FWIW, Raymarine has their own Q&A board, which might be of help, on their web site. Their answers generally seem pretty straightforward and complete.
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