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Old 07-03-2016, 09:12   #46
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I think it is splitting hairs but this is a quote from Solas Chapter V Annex 21, Recording of Navigational Events.


"2.) Method of recording

SOLAS regulation V/28 requires that, if the records of navigational activities are not maintained in the ship's log-book, they should be maintained in another form approved by the Administration. Methods of recording should be permanent and may be handwritten, electronical or mechanical."
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I tried a different but similar product and although good the big stop for me is it only allowed capture of Engine hours on one engine. On our catamaran we have 2 but could also have a genset making 3
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And if it gets ruined by water, how do you intend to prove your course when questioned? Paper is far better. $2 school notepad is slightly cheaper too. :P
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Old 28-09-2018, 07:36   #49
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I did a search for iLog Sailing in the app store and couldn't find anything.


Can you point me to a link?
Sounds like a good app.


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This thread prompted me to check the Apple App Store, and I found an interesting pair of apps packaged together called "Logbook & Anchor Alarm" published by Florian Kriesche. He also sells the two apps separately but together its the same price. $15


No free trial, but not a big financial risk -- I bought them. On first glance and pressing a few buttons they look nice and well executed. The event logging is very quick with just a few taps and selections. They allow you to to multiple device installs and sync data between the devices.
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How was your french? We have found that people who speak moderate french are much less likely to be hassled than those who dont!
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