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About this project:

This is the Open Skipper project, which provides Open Source C# code for integrating and displaying NMEA 0183, NMEA 2000 and AIS data from nautical instruments, GPS units and internet data sources. Open Skipper provides a multi function display (MFD) showing electronic instruments displaying speed, heading, etc

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