Originally Posted by motorbaad
Ref post 454: For the record
. I tried the same chart in the 136 build and it appeared the same. Maybee the fault is in the c-map
gets around by showing no arrows at all.
In the Primar S63 chart of the same area, the arrows are shown correctly.
These arrows are not the same as those discussed earlier in internationally established traffic separation schemes.
I don't know if this kind of recommended routes are established anywhere else. The routes in Kattegat and the Baltic
Entrance originates from the aftermath of WWII, and pretty much corresponds to swept routes for shipping trough minefields. Later when the danger
for mines more or less disappeared, the routes remained.
The "T" route
is a bit special as this is the established DW (deep water) route
between Skagen and Gedser, from the North Sea into The Baltic
, but the Danes has chosen not to mark it as such.
These routes are recommended two way tracks, just marked with dashes in raster charts
they direction of the arrows should be corrected or, alternatively a double arrow could be used, similar to the suggested new graphics for DW routes.
CM93 is totally confused regarding some aspects of these routes. Clicking "Object Properties" on certain places on the "T"route the dialog comes up with OBJNAM A, B and T at the same time !!!