Monthly Archive: July 2006


A scary cat, why we love AIS

Call me a scaredy cat, but I vividly remember a morning watch motoring in thick fog toward Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, knowing that a sister ship to this ferry would soon overtake us at high speed,...


WiFi Wayne’s way, USB economy?

 A chap named Wayne B. is very happy with his new boat WiFi set up over at He says he’s “hitting low power, indoor access points at least 300 yards away,” and expects...


Bent props 3, pictures by Garmin

I promise I’ll stop writing about this ledge soon! But it does turn out that Garmin’s optional BlueChart G2 cards, first discussed in May, look good in terms of the great Burnt Coat Harbor bent prop...


Bent at Burnt Coat, part 2

Why haven’t more people who use Navionics charts experienced a C “5” ledge misfortune? Certainly one reason is the Taft/Rindlaub Cruising Guide to the Maine Coast, which contains the sketch chart excerpted above and is consulted in biblical...

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