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Sail in summer, program in winter

Hi Sailors,

I just joined this forum. I have had a saling yacht since 2001 as sailed in the Netherlands. Sailing is a great hobby and I spend as much time as I can on it. In summer on my yacht and in winter behind my computer. I have developed a program that takes my GPS tracks and combined with text photos and videos, makes a nice 'logbook' of all trips I have done.

I think that the more we can share our experiences, the better, so I have made the software freely available for everyone at "SailTail.com". SailTail enables you to also track your trips and show them on Google maps and Google Earth. You can embed your trips on your own website or blog and show your friends where you are and what you have experienced.

As you can imagine, when I am not sailing, I still enjoy my hobby very much! I am interested what you think of SailTail. Please drop me a message.

Kind regards,

Anton

PS Winter season is coming, so I guess I could need your opinion on improvements for SailTail.

Last edited by avanti2001; 09-19-2010 at 05:26 PM.
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