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" All the distances given in the Light Lists and on the charts for the visibility of lights are calculated for a height of an observer's eye of 15 feet. "
The practice of navigation and nautical astronomy - Page 404
by H. Raper - 1908 - 934 pages
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British Islands Pilot, Volume 1

United States. Hydrographic Office - Pilot guides - 1920
...in calm weather they are less effective or may not sound. Lights. — All the distances given in the Light Lists and on the charts for the visibility of lights are calculated for a height of 15 feet for the observer's eye. The effect of a greater or less height of eye can be ascertained by...
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The Black Sea Pilot: The Dardanelles, Sea of Marmara, Bosporus, and Sea of Azov

United States. Hydrographic Office - Pilot guides - 1920 - 351 pages
...calm weather, they are less effective or may not sound. Lights. — All the distances given in the Light Lists and on the charts for the visibility of lights are calculated for a height of 15 feet for the observer's eye. The effect of a greater or less height of eye can be ascertained by...
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Baltic Pilot: The Gulf of Finland, the Aland Islands, the Aland Sea, and the ...

United States. Hydrographic Office - Pilot guides - 1920
...calm weather, they are less effective or may not sound. Lights. — All the distances given in the Light Lists and on the charts for the visibility of lights are caleulated for a height of 15 feet for the observer's eye. The effect of a greater or less height of...
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United States Coast Pilot: Atlantic Coast. Cape Henry to Key West

Pilot guides - 1922
...angles to fixed objects on shore and by the use of soundings. LIGHTS.—The distances given in the light lists and on the charts for the visibility of lights are computed for a height of 15 feet for the observer's eye. The table of distances of visibility due to...
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