Agreeing on a common border with Navigasi maps.

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Re: Agreeing on a common border with Navigasi maps.

Postby dayojah » Tue Aug 18, 2009 8:17 am

Possible in W Malaysia and Sarawak, politically awkward near Tawau.
Take a look at Googleearth, which puts Sipadan in Indonesia. The overlapping border claims are enormous down there

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Re: Agreeing on a common border with Navigasi maps.

Postby cenpac » Fri Sep 04, 2009 3:14 pm

Great & much needed topic ! Absolutely agree, with the urgent need 2 check borders. I've never sailed, but just a brief look @ the MFM map below Kuching shows ! Land border covers parts of Indonesia :ko:

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Re: Agreeing on a common border with Navigasi maps.

Postby antyong (retired) » Mon Sep 07, 2009 11:39 pm

I have discussed with Silhouette about borders. Both of us agreed that we do not have accurate data on common boundaries. Therefore it is difficult for us to have common borders at this moment.

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Re: Agreeing on a common border with Navigasi maps.

Postby apisfires » Sat Oct 03, 2009 9:02 am

i hope we can kerjasama each country.... :peace:
we all same culture same language..
welcome to MFM!!
its good move, but i see at indonesia map so berat to navigate use mapsource...
so i cant see yet....
PLEASE CONTRIBUTE AAAA, WE ALL HAVE FREE MAP NOW!!!!! ITS EASY ONLY,
ALL 4 ONE ONE 4 ALL


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