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Gilles 21 November 2013 09:31

imray charts around UK
 
Hi all,
I'm looking for used Imray charts around UK
C10 C51 C62 C63 C65 C23 C24 C29
Do not hesitate to contact me !
cheers
gilles

Brian 23 November 2013 02:50

Are you looking to borrow them?
I have all those and a load more.
Dating back to 2001 however, so well out of date by now.

Gilles 28 November 2013 09:14

Hi Brian, thanks for your message, as you said maybe a bit oout of date even rocks are not moving that much :) i m still having a look with friends etc ... to borrow and if needed i will get back to you. many thanks gil

ShinyShoe 28 November 2013 12:15

Giles

Not sure how much interest these may or may not be for your West Coast Passage. You need 'proper' charts as well. But these are very detailed and bloody cheap. Although only cover very small areas...

West Coast of Scotland Charts

Gilles 29 November 2013 23:49

i only need big charts from imray. i cannot have all the detailed ones. and to be honest a paper chart on a rib during a round of britain ...is not really easy to work with. but i have to follow laws and have those onboard...

ShinyShoe 30 November 2013 02:56

Ah well those West Coast of Scot ones are electronic (i'm sure some smart person could print em but I agree not what you want/need on a RIB as paper charts).

You do need paper chart if all your electrics fail...

jambo 30 November 2013 03:11

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Originally Posted by ShinyShoe (Post 585546)
Ah well those West Coast of Scot ones are electronic (i'm sure some smart person could print em but I agree not what you want/need on a RIB as paper charts). You do need paper chart if all your electrics fail...

Well as someone that cruises on the west I use them as well as the plotter. There only harbours and anchorages which overprint on to Google earth then strait print. Useful I going for first time. I hold them all in a wallet on the rib.

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ShinyShoe 30 November 2013 06:56

So you cant get 'em on your plotter? Or you prefer 'em on paper?

Not sure the round Britain guys are going to have much time to stop and explore the WCoS which is a tragic shame really...

jambo 30 November 2013 07:04

Quote:

Originally Posted by ShinyShoe (Post 585588)
So you cant get 'em on your plotter? Or you prefer 'em on paper? Not sure the round Britain guys are going to have much time to stop and explore the WCoS which is a tragic shame really...

You can't get them on plotter there download from site. You can use Earth then print out. No the guys won't have time I was just pointing out the main point and use of the charts here in 'The west'

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Gilles 12 January 2014 01:42

Quote:

Originally Posted by ShinyShoe (Post 585546)
Ah well those West Coast of Scot ones are electronic (i'm sure some smart person could print em but I agree not what you want/need on a RIB as paper charts).

You do need paper chart if all your electrics fail...

shiny shoe, i just read the rib and powerboat magazine and seawolf a 10mHumber with a shockwave console had his 2 gps that stopped after a shock ...i had the same with my deepmeter, that s why in emergency a paper chart could be usefull ...


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