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Jose Luis Rodriguez Mena
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Hi everyone!
Are the North, Central and South Atlantic Coasts adjacent to the East Caribbean Coast??
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jose633 wrote:
Hi everyone!
Is the North, Central and South Atlantic Coast adyacent to the East Caribbean Coast??
Thanks in advance.

No, none of the ones you listed border the East Caribbean.

A full description (and many, many other useful tidbits) is in the Official Q&A at this link.

(You're not the only one who wondered, that question tops the list!)

Regards,
-Zero.
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Also, I don't think Neil's list in the Q&A includes Central American connecting to South American... but it does, right? (across the short vertical line)
 
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Yes, but that one's easier to spot. I think he was focussing mainly on the area around the card-piles that creates confusion. It's not a named Sea Area, and is not navigable.
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ZeroZilla wrote:
Yes, but that one's easier to spot. I think he was focussing mainly on the area around the card-piles that creates confusion. It's not a named Sea Area, and is not navigable.


Correct - the Q&A doesn't list a full set of connections, just those that have caused problems. Central and South America most definitely join.
 
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ZeroZilla wrote:
Yes, but that one's easier to spot. I think he was focussing mainly on the area around the card-piles that creates confusion. It's not a named Sea Area, and is not navigable.


Yes, I was focussing on the area around the card-piles. I thought they could border the East Caribbean Sea Area, so you can navigate through the North Atlantic Sea Area to the Caribbean... I thought that the North Atlantic Sea Area included the card area.

Thanks for your clarification.
 
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