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Simple multicache for small boat owners. (Kayakers, windsurfers etc)
WATER TEMPERATURES ARE NEAR FREEZING ALL YEAR, CURRENTS CAN BE DECEPTIVELY STRONG. OPEN WATER SWIMMING HERE IS NOT ADVISED.
You are geocaching in a shipping lane, while it is not overly busy, there are large vessels that operate here periodically. Do not put yourself in their course, they may not see you.
Navigating on water has inherent risks. Know these and accept them, or stay on land.
Listed coordinates should take you to a marine navigation aid. Here you will find the answers to the following questions, and these are all you need to calculate the real cache coordinates.
A. The two digit number stamped into one of the vanes that follows "NL5-"
B. The last digit of the three digit string written in weld on a welded-on plate.
C. There are several solar panels, each panel is made of a quantity of solar cells. How many solar cells IN TOTAL.? (3 digit answer)
D. The product of the first two digits in the six character string written in weld.
E. The first digit subtracted from the second digit of the six character string written in weld.
F. The first two digits of the three digit string written in weld on a welded-on plate.
Landing a small boat at GZ may be tricky at high water, but should be easy at other states.
Have fun, be safe, and please no spoilers in logs.
Congratulations for FTF to 'perfect match', to whom I owe thanks for finding a mistake. (Now corrected)
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum