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Reading the depth on a nautical chart depth can be challenging for a beginner boater. However, with a step-by-step guide, it can be easy to get to grips with.
Distances at sea are measured in nautical miles which are different to land miles. To measure distance on nautical charts, you will need a nautical ruler or dividers, which are specifically designed for use with charts. Calculating nautical miles on
This article will equip you with a useful step-by-step guide to aid you in creating a passage plan, but before we start let's get a better understanding of what the passage plan is, why it’s important and what you should consider.
Nautical charts contain a wealth of information, including charted depths, key landmarks and navigational aid symbols. Understanding these symbols is crucial for safe navigation.
Understanding latitude and longitude on a nautical chart is crucial for safe and accurate navigation. Latitude and longitude are used to pinpoint a vessel's location, plot a course, and avoid obstacles.
A nautical chart, is a specialised map used by mariners to navigate safely and accurately through waterways. These charts provide detailed information about the geography, depths, topography, and other navigational bodies of water.
We’re surrounded by water when boating, but how often do we consider how we can help keep the water coming onboard and the water being emitted overboard clean and free from pollution?
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Safety First, Second & Third! Safety Tip about What to do if your boat has capsized and Tip to help you avoid capsizing.
GPS is a satellite-based navigation system that provides users with positioning navigation and timings services worldwide. GPS can be used for a variety of purposes, including navigation, surveying, and time synchronisation.
Everyone loves a Boat Ramp Fail and we know you shouldn't laugh at other misfortune, but you can learn lots of vital information from these videos for your next trip to the boat ramp.