We’re all used to placing waypoints in safe places, but sometimes the best technique for avoiding an unmarked isolated danger is to pop a waypoint right on top of it. It’s especially useful when you’re using a paper chart and you don’t actually mind which side you pass the problem. As the waypoint approaches, all you need do is make sure its bearing is altering, just as you would with a visual object. So long as it’s on the move, you can’t hit it. Plot the waypoint like this one and you’ll be able to see what you’re missing!