Message from discussion Using a Mobile Phone Aboard Your Boat
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From: Tim <tschna...@gmail.com>
Subject: Re: Using a Mobile Phone Aboard Your Boat
Date: Sat, 28 Apr 2012 19:40:25 -0700 (PDT)
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On Apr 26, 8:41=A0pm, Wayne B <waynebatrecdotbo...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> For those interested in using a smart phone on a boat, especially an
> iPhone, here's a great source of information from thewww.activecaptain.co=
mweb site. =A0 Jeff Siegal, author of the site, is
> a very active boater himself and has done a lot of analysis. =A0Jeff is
> currently headed north for the summer on his trawler.
> If you register (free) =A0with ActiveCaptain you get access =A0to a wealt=
> of online charting and local knowledge. =A0I use it frequently when we
> are out cruising to get information anchorages, marinas and fuel
My flip-phone will be coming up for renewal in the near future. I may
consider an iPhone or a similar device. hmmm, I wonder if he has
charts for the Ohio? probably so because it's part of the ICW.
I'll check it out. Thanks Wayne!