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    If you happen to visit Puerto Galera this summer, here are the various tracks(with waypoint - for reference only) I got from during the Island hopping, visiting the underwater cave and snorkeling. Note the picture of Gps for marine at the boat (Golden Osprey). The Gps seems for display only. The skipper just relied on their instinct he he. My 60 csx got wet as expected but still ok. Just tied the gps in the life vest and leave it as is. Of course I need to remove the gps during snorkeling. B y the way, gps unit is made by Yaesu- The Japan mfr of two way radios etc...
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    Puerto Galera is a soothing vision of shimmering seas surrounded by lush mountains. It is considered one of the most beautiful and developed beach resort community in the country. Starting from "backyard tourism" wherein local residents accept local and foreign tourist as stay-in guest, the island's tourism has flourished. In the course of time, several hotels, resorts, inns and restaurants have mushroomed within the area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jspalaroan View Post
    B y the way, gps unit is made by Yaesu- The Japan mfr of two way radios etc...
    Just for the record, the chartplotter in the photos is made by Standard Horizon, a UK company in business for over 50 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trekker View Post
    Just for the record, the chartplotter in the photos is made by Standard Horizon, a UK company in business for over 50 years.

    Terry
    Hi Terry-you are correct, it seems big companies have strategic partners to cater the markets. They claim its a marine division of Yaesu. But their model does not have the CP prefix I would say you have seen a lot of models and different models too, I have very little experience on this


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