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  Deck Slate/ Adhesive NAV Crib Notes
  Posted by: kyaker63 on Oct-21-12 4:11 PM (EST)
   Category: Kayaking Technique 

Hello,

Looking for a Deck Slate or Crib Sheet that can be placed on your deck to assist with Navigation and Tides. I have seen them in the UK.

Thanks
Scott

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  You mean a Nav Aid?
  Posted by: kayamedic on Oct-21-12 4:34 PM (EST)
http://www.enter.net/~skimmer/coastal.html

though that link could be out of date. I have seen it in paddling stores.
 
 
  Crib sheet
  Posted by: wilsoj2 on Oct-21-12 4:51 PM (EST)
I use a grease pencil (aka china marker) on the deck for my notes. Easy to read, hard to loose. It also allows for adding notes while at sea. Might be not as good if not writing on gel coat - harder to erase.
 
 
  I use the same technique.......
  Posted by: chodups on Oct-22-12 8:11 PM (EST)
.....described by wilsoj2.
Jon
 
 
  Scuba store
  Posted by: mintjulep on Oct-22-12 8:44 AM (EST)
Available at any scuba shop.
 
 
  paper
  Posted by: rusty125 on Oct-22-12 6:53 PM (EST)
Drop by your local office supply store and have them laminate 4-5 sheets of paper and you will be all set for a couple of years.
 
 
  Waterproof paper
  Posted by: natehanson on Oct-22-12 11:12 PM (EST)
I prefer to stick a piece of waterproof paper under my chart. Easy to make notes with a pencil even when soaked, and I just can't feel organized when writing with a crayon in 1" tall letters.

National Geographic Adventure Paper is the last stuff I got, but any waterproof printer paper will do.
 

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