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3D chartplotters, GPS positions with an accuracy of meters, 3D depth sounders, AIS, waterproof smartphones and tablets with built-in GPS and very usefull Apps, integration of all systems on one big screen, right in front of your nose at the steering wheel in the cockpit with all kinds of alarms in case of any danger, collision course, empty batteries, etc ... Sometimes it seems that you are playing a computer game, when you are sailing. All revolutionary technological developments are excellent, but my question remains: "In recent years, have there been fewer rescue actions caused by navigation errors?"
Who are the biggest stumblebums of the Dutch waters? Fishermen? With those dangerous fishing nets? Kite surfers? In any case life-threatening, so that should be forbidden anyway ;-) Speedboats? That kind of people are always navigating with their Tomtom on the water, right? Or would there be another group of water sports enthusiasts that should actually enroll in a Coastal Navigation course themselves?