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Chartwork Plotter now available from Coastguard Boating Education

by Coastguard Boating Education on 28 Feb 2011
Chartwork plotter - Chartwork Plotter Coastguard Boating Education http://www.cbes.org.nz/

This handy plotter is ideal for Chartwork both on the boat and in the classroom. It’s durable, flexible and is a handy A4 size – making it easy to carry, store and use.

It can be marked with the local magnetic variation, making plotting and calculating courses and bearings quick and easy – completely removing the need for mathematical calculation. The clear markings and rotating dial make it easy to read and easier to use than many other plotting protractors and rules.

This is the recommended plotting instrument for all Coastguard Boating Education courses involving Chartwork such as Day Skipper, Boatmaster, Coastal Skipper and Ocean Yachtmaster, and all RYA practical and shorebased courses.

To purchase a chartwork plotter visit http://www.cbes.org.nz/home-study/ or call 0800 40 80 90.
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