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Old 10-28-2008, 10:46 AM
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I may have to go get a boat in TX, want to see if their is a website that guides one through charting a trip.

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Old 10-28-2008, 12:34 PM
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There is a site like Google maps for Nav. Read about it awhile back. Hmm.

I will see if I can find it but maybe a search would pull it up.
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Try this one....

http://findarticles.com/p/articles/m..._/ai_n26805899
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Thanks Cash

As you know boat business is a little slow, so looking at moving some boats around to pass time and make a little coin.
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No problem. There really is a site like Google Maps for boats. I just didn't have time to keep searching.

It's out there if someone has a link.
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I've made that trip from southern Texas.....not too bad....I-10 all the way in to 75 or Turnpike depending on where you are going.
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I've made that trip from southern Texas.....not too bad....I-10 all the way in to 75 or Turnpike depending on where you are going.
Donz,

Thanks but this would be a straight shot across the Gulf. or hug the coast line. Can't trailer this boat or at least not with out allot of permits.

Basically we and other dealers wanting to pick up some IKE boats.

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if your in the boat all you need is a ruler.
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Maptech will give you lat's and long's .... just find the right map ... place your cursor over the point and it'll give you the spot ... and in different formats ....
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