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Old 04 June 2008, 18:39   #411
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Sad day eh Chris?

I hope the new owner is tall enough to see over the new Garmin!

Or does it have a forward facing Camera?

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Old 04 June 2008, 18:40   #412
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just a whole lot of new kit to be added, ie uprating the equipment i had originally fitted with new sexier stuff....
I see you left the Mk2 Cortina steering wheel on her though
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Old 04 June 2008, 18:45   #413
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Sad day eh Chris?

I hope the new owner is tall enough to see over the new Garmin!

Or does it have a forward facing Camera?

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yes a forward facing camera and we also installed steps to stand on


it looks tall but when you sit there or are standing it is perfect, to me having the gps there is probably the ultimate place for ease of use and reading. If i had had the cash i would have put one of those on myself...mega bit of kit.
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Must admit a larger screen is easier to see on the move, and gives the option of splitting the large screen in half to display GPS and FF trace together, but still in reasonable size formats.

A few took the P155 when I fitted my C120, but do I care?

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yes a forward facing camera and we also installed steps to stand on


it looks tall but when you sit there or are standing it is perfect,
How can that be? It's bang in the way. It's obscuring vision without doubt, is the guy intending to stand at the helm full time on a two hour cruise? Or, are crab pots and floating obstacles not an issue?
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Must admit a larger screen is easier to see on the move, and gives the option of splitting the large screen in half to display GPS and FF trace together, but still in reasonable size formats.

A few took the P155 when I fitted my C120, but do I care?

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yes i agree, those c120's are very nice indeed. I remember seeking Milo at the pychelly cruise in 06 and he had a huge plotter, looked the biz for sure
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good look Chriss and Debs in your new ventures, it was great to meet up on the IOW cruise. Ive allso added the same plotter. all be it to the centre of the console so i can at least sit down occasionally
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good look Chriss and Debs in your new ventures, it was great to meet up on the IOW cruise. Ive allso added the same plotter. all be it to the centre of the console so i can at least sit down occasionally
cheers mate it was great to meet up with you as well, i expect we will be back to boats in around 3-4 years when the kids are a bit older and hopefully i have paid off the mortgage!!
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