Wind, Speed, and Depth Instruments
Sea trials find new nav app does a good job at quilting the raster charts.
Nobeltec, a marine-navigation software developer based in the U.S., recently released a new chartplotting app for the iPad: Nobeltec TZ. We took it for a weeklong test cruise and found it to be a good basic nav program with some significant strengths, and some notable shortcomings.
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