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 Magellan SporTrak Pro Marine

"Here's a laundry list of features you may or may not like and use: 32MB of built-in memory, including a 15MB mapping database from Navionics, complete with waterways, navigation aids, buoys, beacons, lights, fog signals, radio/radar stations, and highly detailed coastline information; 17MB of available memory for downloading enhanced marine data, cartography, and additional geographic regions using Magellan MapSend software (which you can guess I love doing); tide and current data with graphs showing high and low tides at certain areas; a decently large high-resolution display (but this ain't your computer monitor folks); and a rubber-armored waterproof case that floats when dropped overboard (my favorite feature, from personal experience)."
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 (Submitted by Noel Fri May 21, 2004 )

  


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