Do they? Wouldn't know, I never look at the thing. I've got a GPS jobee
some of us were doing long hauls on powerboats with a watch and compass years ago, then decca (which invariably lost the plot in the fog and left ya with the compass again), then gps and finally gps plotters. Others havent had the delight of wondering where the land is after a few hours on a compass course. We talk about it all the time in m'old folks home where the kids have put me!!
Those who come on courses here steer to a compass as well as a plotter on level2, on advanced and advanced exams they do longer passages in the dark on the compass. Its all part of seamanship. Having said that I will be out on the commercial boat next week again with the heaters on
and relying on the plotter, radar etc etc