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Yes i am new to sailnet, wanting info on seaclear. Is it easy to install and navigate?
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Re: seaclear

We beat this horse to death (for the 20th time) earlier today.

See here; installing/using SeaClearII

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My suggestion is to download OpenCPN (free) or Polar Navy ($40), go to NOAA's nav center and download the charts and use either one of those electronic chartplotters.

SeaClear is clunky and hasn't been supported in donkey's years. I'll buy you a round if you don't think either of the two mentioned above are easier to use.

I use Polar Navy on my netbook to navigate and have been extremely happy with it. OpenCPN is similar.
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