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Basic Navigation/Rules of the Road
Commander Dave Smith shows you the basic aids to navigation: buoys, light, ranges, structural charts, as well as where to purchase and how to read them. Also covered are symbols how to find out where you are by means of visual fix, line of position, dumb compass, triangulation and depth contours; and how to determine speed by chip log, and much more. For the beginning boater and a good refresher course for the intermediate and advanced boater.
Celestial Navigation Simplified with William F. Buckley
One of the best navigation videos available. In 40 minutes Buckley simply and clearly explains the theory and practice of Celestial Navigation. Computer animated diagrams illustrate such topics as GP (Geographical Position), GHA, GMT, etc. Mr. Buckley's forceful lecture style keeps it all rolling on. Worth 12 weeks in night school!
COSMETIC GELCOAT & FIBERGLASS REPAIR
Loran C: A Navigator's Approach
Very little has been done to help sailors new to electronic navigation to understand how to use the information generated by their Loran C receiver. This video will explain what the system is, how it works useful features and navigation plotting exercises and solutions.
Navigation: Robin Knox-Johnston
This program provides a clear audio-visual tutor on the basic principles of navigation. Extremely useful for navigating in tidal areas.
Produced in association with the US Coast Guard, this video provides complete coverage of all aspects of powerboat navigation by day and night, in good weather, fog and storms. The detailed section on use of electronic aids includes identification and plotting of objects on radar, use of loran and RDF, demonstrated at sea and on training simulators at the SCI professional mariners school in New York City.
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