Routing ??? Jules Vernes Trophée
Post by iconPost by GauchoX | 2019-12-10 | 08:49:29

Hello

Great job that yours

I started on the JVT a few days ago but the routing does not offer anything from the island "Vila dos Remedios"

Is this a bug or a setting that I would not have done correctly or is it just normal?

Thanks for your feedback

GauchoX

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Post by iconPost by zezo | 2019-12-10 | 09:59:14
There is no way to do a round-the-world with a single destination point so you have to set your routing destination manually as you go.

Right mouse button -> Go To.

There is a predefined list of waypoints in the Southern hemisphere, but they can be a bit out of the way, depending on the weather. You can also set arbitrary destinations.

Fernando de Noronha is set as defaut destination just to get you started. It's very likely the route will pass close (like 90% of the time)
Post by iconPost by GauchoX | 2019-12-10 | 15:01:46
Thanks

GauchoX
Post by iconPost by YourMomSA | 2019-12-11 | 17:42:22
Hi Cvetan -

I'm coming up on 140E, south of Hobart, and it'll give me a routing to Cape Horn now... But the isochrones stop at 90W for some reason. How far East to I have to go before the isochrones will proceed to Cape Horn along with the actual routing?

I ask because everyone in the group I'm with will need to make a decision tomorrow on whether to take a North route or a South route, and I think being able to see the isochrones between 90W and Cape Horn would be helpful in the decision.

Thanks!
-Mom

Edit: Sorry - I just realized they show up if I zoom all the way out to 1%. So nothing is wrong... it's just the scale is huge at this distance. Difficult decision to be made tomorrow. I'm also toying with going all the way to the antarctic coast, but can't see a way to make it work. I'm hoping to one day get a JV run going where I can spend a couple days at high speed below 70S...
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