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NOFOREIGNLAND is a resource for information on anchorages mostly. It is run by Steve and Helena who are themselves liveaboards. there goals are that:
A simple PDF that explains what's what on Waiata and hopefully will make your stay with us easy and more enjoyable. Covers everything from how to charge your phone, how a shower works, how we don't flush anything down the toilet that hasn't been through our bodies (yep no toilet paper on Waiata.. you should read that section) to how to launch the dinghy and our stereo system.
This is Lagoon's manual for the Lagoon 450S, which is what Waiata is. It's a handy read for us owners, but might be of interest to you if you're one of our friends coming as a guest. She's a great boat.
Simplifying the boat network conversation. NMEA Sailing networks for dummies. A simple howto or 101 to explain how NMEA works on your boat and how you can integrate into it.
Simplifying the boat network conversation. High speed networks for boats (NOT NMEA) are becoming essential. Learn how to build one. NMEA, WIFI, Ethernet, Sailing networks for Dummies. Opensource alternatives. HOWTO build a network including WIFI, 4G Mobile and even a NAS.
How to use Mobile apps onboard. The dummies guide to NMEA, WIFI and getting access to the rich and ever expanding world of mobile apps for navigation and all other marine uses.