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Treasure hunter gets a boat, but needs some advice about GPS

Merlin cadogan

New member
Hi There,
I am a treasure hunter who has just saved up and bought a dive boat. I live in England UK, and I wanted to locate some ship wrecks that are in shallow coastal water. I have gps on my IPhone, and I could purchase a handheld gps if necessary. Can anyone give me any advice or tips on getting started. Many thanks Merlin
 

edjcox

New member
Try Delorme.com Their units are suitable for marine use
 
I can't tell you much about iPhone GPS applications but, if you are looking at a handheld, I'd consider one of Garmin's Montana receivers - they are equally at home on land and water with multitude of mapping options including marine charts, topo maps and and even a possibility of displaying your own maps.
http://sites.garmin.com/montana/
 
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