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Marine GPS   
Marine GPS coiled as, the "Boater's Best Navigational Tool", known for its sturdiness, waterproof and most often portable features. They are designed with particular shape and size restraints of boats in mind. The screens come in various sizes, but are typically smaller than those of automobile GPS receivers.


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kobeyan
10/16/2008
05:42:04 PM
Re: Marine GPS
Marine global positioning systems focus on chart plotting and the planning of nautical routes. Most systems will come with maps that cover offshore and inland information so that boaters are able to locate points of interest on land as well as on the water.
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replay
11/03/2008
06:47:00 PM
Re: Marine GPS
There are also non-mapping marine GPS equipments available. These units are capable of offering information based on navigational data. They typically contain key informations of cities, as well as navigation aids in the form of tide data and sound signals.
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10/24/2009
10:52:51 PM

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