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I have only been using the program a couple of months and do not pretend to be an expert user. We did make it under the bridge.
By repeatedly moving the cursor to one side of the screen and left clicking, it is possible to quickly move around the chart in a particular direction. Thereafter most advanced features will be disabled. To see trip reports of the locations sailed, click here.
A dialog box listing all User points that have been created will be displayed on the screen: After the program is installed, you can: Then release the left mouse button and the User point will now be placed in its new position.
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The only problem I encountered was with the rules for waypoint names. Route 5 – St. Of course, all of this could have done with paper charts.
When we were using the printout of one of the routes in the cockpit, I removed it from a binder and put a spare companionway lock through one of the holes to prevent it from blowing overboard.
So you can plan a route and save it to your user card for use in your chartplotter. Creating a new Route The first example is a picture of the screen in Pan mode. I too have a USBCC reader and a Navman plotter and have found it a strange and unhelpul animal, which had to be reinstalled from scratch if I unplugged it from the laptop. There are an increasing number of optional devices that use the PC printer port to connect to the PC, such as Scanners, digital cameras, Zip drives, etc.
Thank You for Submitting Your Review,! Simply send the following information to C-MAP via fax The XML format is complete and contains all the information of the points.
Yes, that’s how I do it at present but it is a pain. On the first click, the black connecting line will be deleted, and on the second click, the User point will be deleted.
A dialog box will appear on screen. The underlying data format in digital vector charts is known as the S57 standard, with S52 an extra “Presentation Standard” for nautical S57 charts S57 data is used for most modern vector maps, including terrestrial for instance. Two examples of the screen display are shown below.
No special procedures are necessary to perform for SOB to use cartridge charts. However, I find it to be very useful for planning trips to new areas and creating routes and waypoint lists for areas that I sail regularly.
This is a database containing information on facilities restroom, freshwater hookup, boat hoists, etc. By highlighting one of the icons displayed c-kap the left -hand side of the dialog box, the chart information for the icon will be displayed on the right of the dialog box. MaxSea reads my UBCC card reader and shows – in full detail – all of the charts on my cards up to two at a time. You’ll have harbormaster contact information, details on nearby lodging and restaurants, VHF call-in details, photos and more.
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Sometimes bt sea I want to make a significant change to the passage plan and it would be convenient for me to emulate the C-Map USBCC including the cartridges I own so that they can be used by the laptop while the cartridges are in use in the Navman plotter. Once you’ve worked out how to read the data, you could read it from the cartridge and write your own device driver to use that when spoofing a real USBCC.
Note the Smartkey USB entry in the example image. C-Marina Port Database Have information for almost any marina at your fingertips. I also have a Bytestor Multicard reader which reads dozens of different formats but not, of course, C-Map cards.