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Index

1. Weather Routing

2. Introduction

2.1. What is Weather Routing?

2.2. Isochrones

2.2.1 LuckGrib isochrones

2.2.2 Reading isochrones

2.2.3 Deep dive

2.2.4 Searching, searching

2.3. Performance and Polars

2.4. Uncertainty?

2.4.1 Forecast uncertainty

2.4.2 Ensemble models

2.4.3 Probability winds

2.4.4 Picking a departure

2.4.5 Multiple wind files

2.5. Constraints

2.6. Variations. What if?

2.7. Long passages

2.7.1 Strategy and tactics

2.7.2 Climate forecast data

2.7.3 Departure planning

2.7.4 Routing while underway

2.8. Navigation

3. Getting Started

3.1. Introduction

3.2. Platform differences

3.3. Mac

3.3.1 System overview

3.3.2 Vessels

3.3.3 Weather Routing tool

3.3.4 Vessel performance

3.3.5 Starting positions

3.3.6 Running the solver

3.3.7 Where to end?

3.4. iPad and iPhone

3.4.1 System overview

3.4.2 Vessels

3.4.3 Weather Routing tool

3.4.4 Vessel performance

3.4.5 Starting positions

3.4.6 Running the solver

3.4.7 Where to end?

3.4.8 GRIB time

3.5. Ocean currents and waves

3.6. GRIB file selection

3.7. Evaluating the results

3.8. Configuration

3.9. Boundaries

3.10. Constraints

3.11. Routing Variants

3.12. Climate data

4. User Manual

4.1. Introduction

4.2. Vessels

4.2.1 Introduction

4.2.2 Mac

4.2.2.1. Create, Delete, Edit

4.2.2.2. Editing a vessel

4.2.2.3. Position reports

4.2.2.4. Following routes

4.2.3 iPad and iPhone

4.2.3.1. Create, Delete, Hide

4.2.3.2. Editing a vessel

4.2.3.3. Following routes

4.3. Weather Routing tool

4.3.1 Introduction

4.3.2 Mac

4.3.2.1. Configuration

4.3.2.2. Interaction

4.3.2.3. Menus

4.3.3 iPad and iPhone

4.3.3.1. Configuration

4.3.3.2. Menus

4.3.3.3. Interaction

4.3.3.4. Memory Warning

4.3.4 Text information

4.3.5 Meteogram

4.4. Running the solver

4.5. Application preferences

4.6. Solver settings

4.6.1 Introduction

4.6.2 Vessel performance

4.6.3 Sailing angles

4.6.4 Sail or motor?

4.6.5 GRIB input

4.6.6 GRIB input scaling (A)

4.6.7 Min/max comfort

4.6.8 Tack / Jibe penalty (A)

4.6.9 Constraint sequence

4.6.10 Avoid south latitudes (A)

4.6.11 Wind variations

4.6.12 With / without motor

4.6.13 Upwind angle (A)

4.6.14 Sailing speed scale (A)

4.6.15 Departure planning (A)

4.6.16 Multiple wind files (A)

4.6.17 Land clearance

4.6.18 Solver time step (A)

4.6.19 Close paths (A)

4.7. Performance (Polars)

4.7.1 Introduction

4.7.2 Importing a sailing polar

4.7.2.1. Polar files

4.7.2.2. Spreadsheet data

4.7.2.3. Export / Import

4.7.3 Mac

4.7.4 iPad and iPhone

4.7.5 Catalog for sailors

4.7.6 Sailing polars

4.7.7 Motoring polars

4.7.8 Rowing polars

4.8. GRIB input to solver

4.9. Boundaries

4.9.1 Mac

4.9.2 iPad and iPhone

4.10. Constraint Sequences

4.10.1 Introduction

4.10.2 Mac

4.10.3 iPad and iPhone

4.10.4 Go long or short?

4.10.5 Constraints while sailing

4.11. Evaluating results

4.12. GPX file export

4.13. Manual routing

4.13.1 Introduction

4.13.2 Mac

4.13.2.1. Points

4.13.2.2. Routes

4.13.2.3. Position reports

4.13.2.4. How to route manually

4.13.2.5. Path lister

4.13.2.6. Passage start / end

4.13.3 iPad

4.13.3.1. Points

4.13.3.2. Routes

4.13.3.3. Position reports

4.13.3.4. How to route manually

4.13.3.5. Path lister

4.13.4 Workflow

4.13.5 Combined routing

4.13.6 Combined update

5. Index

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