Admiralty Manual of Navigation, Volume 1
The Stationery Office, 1997 - Navigation - 697 pages
Designed to provide an understanding of the theory and practice of marine navigation, this text deals with general and coastal navigation, pilotage, anchoring and mooring, radar and blind pilotage, navigational errors, relative velocity and collision avoidance and surveying and bridge organization.
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The Sailings 1
Projections and Grids
TRANSVERSE MERCATOR PROJECTIONCHART 7 1
chart practical use of gnomonic charts
The Sailings 2
tracings for chart correction hints on correcting charts hints
dangers soundings shoals discoloured water port information
SHOREBASED RADAR 449
Admiralty charts Admiralty List Admiralty Notices calculation central meridian Chapter chart datum Chart Depot chart outfit circle co-ordinates compass bearing compass course composite track corrected mean latitude cosine courses and bearings d.lat d.long departure depth deviation distortion Earth Earth's surface equator error fixing formula geodetic geographical geoid given gnomonic projection graticule great-circle track gyro HM Ships Hydrographic Department initial course International 1924 international nautical miles lat F latitude and longitude length List of Lights longitude longitude scale magnetic compass measured Mercator chart method metres minutes of arc nautical miles Notices to Mariners Ocean orthomorphic parallels of latitude plane plane sailing plotting polar pole port position radio navigational warnings rhumb line rhumb-line Sailing Directions sea mile shown sphere spherical spheroid standard parallels straight lines surveys Table tidal stream transverse Mercator projection triangles true bearing True course variation Volume Weekly Edition Wreck