Ahoy there guys and gals,

With 28 days until cast off I need the chart numbers for Bermuda from Florida, the Cheasapeake, and New York Harbor.

Charts that would cover from Florida to New York would be great. I have tried to order charts online but getting a clear view of what is shown on my little lap top screen is difficult. I could drive to Blue Water Books in Ft. Lauderdale at the cost of $100 just for gas (not to mention a 6 hour round trip drive). So, I'd rather not take that route.

Anyway, equipped with an AIS system, radar, a new watch commander, epirb, two deflatables, a harness, and a few tools I'm pretty close to being as ready as I will ever be. Again, any information on charts would be appreciated.

Thanks, and if you have any spare confidence you can send that my way, too!




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Comment by zeehag on May 1, 2012 at 9:07pm

if you have charts in your gps, thenyou can find paper ones as you go. i found some in ensenada and some in  mazatlan, very inexpensively.  yes i know you are on other coast, but is still easy  to find  paper charts when underway for less than imagined in a store, unless you havent a gps for  course planning....

Comment by tim on May 1, 2012 at 9:05pm

Hi,Try landfall marine,pretty sure you can any chart you want from them.



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