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CELESTIAL NAVIGATION BY H. O. 249

celestial navigation by H. O. 249
 
 Author(s)                
John E. Milligan
 Publisher
Cornell Maritime Press
 Date
1994
 Pages
102
 Format
pdf
 Size
36.7 Mb

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    In the summer of 1971 there were two boat arrivals on the east coast of the Island of Oahu that puzzled me. The first was a sailboat from California in the 35-40-foot range that was home-built and crewed by a half dozen or so young people of college age. When interviewed by a local reported and asked how they have found their way, the skipper answered that they have used a ten-dollar transistor radio with some directional qualities, and had started west by a little south sailing until they picked up Honolulu radio stations, and then homed in on them. They had had no other navigational equipment except a compass...
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