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Old 08-11-2011, 22:13   #16
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I have a chart of Bodrum Harbour Turkey dated 1787 . I calibrated it and opened it in Opencpn . It us surprisingly accurate The scale says echelle du mille which translates to scale in miles. So pre decimal . I also recently calibrated an 1800 chart of Delaware river .Wilmington has not moved much since. I lead a sad life Dont forget Columbus managed to hit the Carribean without a chart, but he was aiming at India

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Old 09-11-2011, 01:41   #17
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Do they do charts in paper these days?







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Re: Frequency of Replacing Paper Charts

I found my main chart in a Neolithic burial site (we do have 'em here - and "back in the day" (as kids) did a bit of DIY archaeology - wasn't quite as frowned upon as nowadays).



Must get around to doing some updates
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Re: Frequency of Replacing Paper Charts

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I found my main chart in a Neolithic burial site (we do have 'em here - and "back in the day" (as kids) did a bit of DIY archaeology - wasn't quite as frowned upon as nowadays).



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I found my main chart in a Neolithic burial site (we do have 'em here - and "back in the day" (as kids) did a bit of DIY archaeology - wasn't quite as frowned upon as nowadays).



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That is the perfect chart for you. Most days you don't seem to know where you are headed, anyway.
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