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2016-10-09 at 6:10:00 PM GMT
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South Pacific Paper Charts Needed
We are looking for paper charts for the South Pacific from Mexico to New Zealand. Originals or reprints ok.  We will be back and forth between Vancouver and Mexico until departure from Mexico in March 2017. 

2016-10-10 at 4:39:58 PM GMT
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We have charts for the South Pacific Islands, Eastern Pacific-Hawaii, Central Pacific, Central & South America. These are the charts we used along with electronic charts. If interested I can list all the chart numbers. Sharon 778-991-9636 Surrey. We will be in the Vancouver area until mid November.

2016-10-10 at 4:44:44 PM GMT
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We also have two NZ guides as well as a photo copy version of MetServices for Weather Maps. Sharon

2016-10-10 at 7:16:55 PM GMT
Posts: 18
hi - many thanks for the speedy response. I would be very grateful if you could provide a list of the charts if it is not a lot of work. Year of publication and publisher would also be helpful.

We will also have electronic charts on board but it is reassuring to have paper as a backup.

thanks again

2016-10-11 at 4:40:05 PM GMT
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hi again: I should have been clearer in my original reply to your message and I hope that it is not too late. I am interested in all of the Pacific charts but not the Central and South America charts. Sorry. And again, if it is going to be onerous to catalogue the Pacific (including Central and Eastern) please provide an estimate of the number of charts and the publisher. Many thanks in advance. Nello

2016-10-19 at 6:11:02 PM GMT
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