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The Navigators Piloting and Charting Reference Card puts the commonly used coastal navigation formulas and symbols on one handy card for easy reference. This card helps prevent mistakes when tired, or when doing your Navigation Class homework. Even with today’s use … Continue reading →
Chart familiarization Lab Exercise done by the sailing crew class in the Fall of 2011. This has examples of common questions encountered by small boat operators. The Exercise was worked as a group effort by the students at each table. … Continue reading →
NAVIGATION EXERCISE # 2 This is a basic Navigation exercise but the problems are typical of those seen by a recreational boater. The questions are “Bite Sized” and except for one question, each question stands alone from the others. This … Continue reading →
NOTE: NOAA plans on stopping the printing of the lithograph charts in April 2014. The training charts should be available as a print on demand chart but I have been unable to determine if training chart prices will be discounted. … Continue reading →
Here are the questions and answers for the Mountaineers Sailing Crew Class Navigation Exercise There is a Chartlet with the answers drawn on it. The answers match the Chartlet handed out in class. If you misplaced or did not receive … Continue reading →
Crew Course Navigation Exercise 1 This is a basic Navigation exercise but the problems are typical of those seen by a recreational boater. The questions are “Bite Sized” and except for one question, each question stands alone from the others. … Continue reading →
A two sided quick reference card for navigators with common abbreviations, Speed / Distance / Time Formulas, Correcting and Uncorrecting a Compass (TVMDC), Common navigation Drafting Symbols and Their Usage, and Nautical Conversion Factors The printing files have been updated … Continue reading →