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Old 14-07-2018, 04:14   #1
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Location: Plano, TX Houston, TX
Boat: Hunter 380
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Interfacing to Raymarine ST4000+

We have spent the last couple years refitting our Hunter 380. The idea was to sell it and pick up a 44/45 on the coast, however, its paid for, I know it, new sails, mast wiring, new ac, running rigging, and more. So I am thinking I just take baby to deep water and get her ready here in Dallas. I have a raymarine ST4000 AP tied with ST60 wind, speed and depth. I would like to add radar that will interface as a chartplotter and basically get as much on 1 screen as possible. In looking online it is almost information overload.

While it could be a liveaboard, we will probably spend a month heading somewhere, tie her up and come home for a bit. A month or 2 later maybe move her to another spot.

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