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Hello from Poland

Hello
I'm new on this forum.
I'm living in Poland and I'm sailing almost on European waters.

In next season we plan to make a trip on Inside Passage waters. So, if anybody have a digital pilot book for British Columbia or Alaska waters I will be very gratefull.

We are looking also for free raster od vectorcharts for British Columbia.
We plan to rent the boat from Nanaimo and sail north to Alaska.

Colud somebody help us to organise charts or pilot books??
wih regards from Poland
Maciek
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I was in Warsaw a couple of years ago on business. Loved the city.
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Hello
I'm new on this forum.
I'm living in Poland and I'm sailing almost on European waters.

In next season we plan to make a trip on Inside Passage waters. So, if anybody have a digital pilot book for British Columbia or Alaska waters I will be very gratefull.

We are looking also for free raster od vectorcharts for British Columbia.
We plan to rent the boat from Nanaimo and sail north to Alaska.

Colud somebody help us to organise charts or pilot books??
wih regards from Poland
Maciek
The least expensive digital charts you will find are Navionics for iPhone and other Smartphones. Nothing free except small scale charts from NOAA.
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