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Old 30 October 2018, 13:17   #11
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The 406 I looked at in the Boat Show did show CPA & TCPA & vessel details. It also allows one to pick a vessel and call him on DSC. I am presuming that the track of the vessel is 'plotted' on the Chart plotter.. I agree with most of the statements above, but If one does not have a Chart plotter, and has a non DSC vhf with very little space in the console area, then the 406g suita my needs.


406 or 506?
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Mine’s the 406, a bit more primitive
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Hi,
As per previous posts, i will be shortly looking at fitting electronics to a 4.8M Ribcraft.
As space on the console is at premium, i am looking at flush mounting a VHF with in built GPS.

Has anyone done similar and does the radio still pick up GPS signal once flush mounted.

I notice one or two come with an external gps receiver and some the gps receiver is built in.

Thanks in advance
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