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Re: AIS very handy yesterday...foggy on SF Bay

Originally Posted by MarkofSeaLife View Post
In New Zealand they have started to use AIS as remote navigational markers in places they can't put a buoy...
The transmitter is 4 miles away from the place it appears to be on AIS receivers.
Mark, very intersting, thanks for posting that!
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