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Chart DIRECTORY L Page 43 North Okanagan Lake HOW TO USE OUR CHARTS The area covered in each SunCruiser Magazine is broken down into chartlets identified by letters. The page of the blow up for each chartlet is also provided. On the chart pages, the numbers in the black circles identify places of interest, hazards, shoreline features and more. These are explained in the text opposite each chart. We used the one minute lines of latitude and longitude on the chart pages to create a unique grid system that can be used for a multitude of purposes. All grid squares are numbered in sequence in each SunCruiser Magazine. Use the grid system to identify your favourite beaches, bays or fishing spots. It’s also valuable in emergencies when having to communicate your location to search and rescue officials. K Page 39 Vernon J Page 38 Fintry I Page 36 Okanagan Centre Okanagan Lake Wood Lake Kalamalka Lake M Page 44/45 Kalamalka & Wood Lake H Page 34 Bear Creek Provincial Park E Page 21 Peachland G Page 24 Kelowna F Page 22 West Kelowna N N 20ϒ E. Variation NOT TO BE USED FOR NAVIGATION Use official Canadian Hydrographic Charts DEPTH in meters, distance in nautical miles. The government has a toll free number you can call to report dangerous goods spill. 1-800-663-3456 20ϒ E. Variation D Page 20 Okanagan Lake Park Okanagan Lake C Page 16 Summerland B Page 12 Penticton MARINE RESCUE Call 911 or VHF 16 Ask for Fire Dept. or RCMP Skaha Lake SunCruiser Magazine is made available to our readers because of our advertisers' support.Whenever possible please support the advertisers in this magazine. A Page 10 Skaha Lake 8 OKANAGAN SUNCRUISER
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