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Steering on a course or rhumb line is useful, when legs are very long and you need a break. Not at all helpful for short legs or congested waters.
 

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Always good to have the directions. I find myself referring to them shortly after my first screw up. :) My OEM does a great job of fleet support. They very artfully answer my question and tell me exactly where I could have found it myself, in exactly which book aboard. Only once, so far, have I shown them that the document excludes the specific issue.

You may need a bit of translation to get a Garmin plotter to talk over a Raymarine Seatalk network (for track), or perhaps the prior owner did so already.
 
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