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US Captains Training Series - Course Per Standard Compass

   Hi! My name is Neil Smith, I am instructor for US Captains Training. Today I am going to show you how to make the course made per standard magnetic compass problem on the chart...

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Celestial Navigation for Sailors

   Celestial Navigation for Sailors is the video seminar produced by Captain Tom Tursi from The Maryland School of Sailing and Seamanship. In this seminar the Captain will describe how to combine celestial navigation with the overall navigation process. This concept will apply regardless of whether you perform celestial calculations using computer program or manually. The agenda of the discussion will include DR - The Cornerstone of Navigation, Celestial Geometry, Tools, Celestial Shot Data, Calculations, Plotting Your LOP, Position Fix, Running Fix, Summary, and some Additional Study.

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The Boaters Highway Code - Rules of the Road and Aids to Navigation

   Bennett Marine Video and Boating Magazine present the Boater's Highway Code - Rules of the Road and Aids to Navigation. This video training film was released in 2003 but is still very actual and helpful as the training material. On a highway, we follow all the rules of the road, or at least most of them instinctively. On the water, we have the rules of road, too. Unfortunately, the are not quite the same as the rules we have on the highway...

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US Captains Training Series - Rules of the Road Review

   And here is the last available part of the US Captains Training Video Lessons Set. This one is dedicated to the Rules of the Road Review.

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US Captains Training Series - Rules Review

   US Captains Training Series - Rules Review.

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US Captains Training Series - Known Current

   This problem is the course to steer with the known current. So, our objective is to steer from point A directly to point B allowing for a current that has a certain set and a certain drift. Here is the steps - we find our starting point, we find the ending point, we plot a line from the starting point to the ending point, and now, from that starting point we plot the set line, and on that line we plot the drift; then we take our boat speed and we measure from that point to our intended course...

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US Captains Training Series - Convert True to Compass and Back

   Hello, I am Captain Neil Smith, and I am going to show you how to do chart navigation to pass US Coast Guard exam. The first problem we are going to focus on is a course per standard magnetic compass...

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US Captains Training Series - Tide Table Instructions

   Another navigation lesson of the US Captains Training series. This one is dedicated to the Tide Table Instructions. Watch this short film and have better knowledge of this issue.

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US Captains Training Series - Unknown Current

   This is an Unknown Current problem. The two components of current are set and drift. In this problem that's what we are looking for. Watch this part of the US Captains Training Series and you will be familiar with this matter.

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US Captains Training Series - DST - Distance, Speed and Time

   In this part of the US Captains Training Series the course instructor will show you how to solve basic navigational problems involving finding the distance, time, and speed of the vessel. This is what everyone going to sea must know.

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US Captains Training Series - Buys Ballot's Law

   This lesson of the US Captains Training series is devoted to the Buys Ballot's Law. The course instructor will briefly explain you what this law means and how it is used in navigation...

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Westview Sailing's Online RYA Day Skipper Shorebased Navigation Course - Time Zones

   Welcome to our shorebased navigation course led by the Royal Yachting Association instructor Duncan Wales. Today we will talk about the Time Zones. The Eart is spinning, rotating about its axes. In twenty-four hours it goes round once and the speed of rotation is about one thousand miles per hour at the equator...

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Westview Sailing's Online RYA Day Skipper Shorebased Navigation Course - Rocks, Wrecks, and Obstructions

   Today, in the present part of our shorebased navigation course, we will talk about rocks wrecks and obstructions. We will start with rocks, you will see how they look, what are the basic four types of rocks rocks (rock which is always above the water and never covers with tide, underwater rock never exposed at the level of chart datum but always has some water over it, rock which covers and uncovers height above chart datum, rock awash at chart datum) and what danger they may present for seamen.

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US Captains Training Series - Basic Parts of a Sailing Rig

   In this part of the US Captains Training series we will have a short talk about the four basic parts of any the sailing rig. The first and most important part is the hull. You will obviously not be able to float in the water if you have no hull under you. So, the hull has three parts - it has the bow, the stern, and beam which is the widest part of the hull. And, attached to the hull you have spars. Spars are poles that support sails. So, the main spar is a mast, and the second one is the boom...

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Westview Sailing's Online RYA Day Skipper Shorebased Navigation Course - Tidal Heights

   Establishing the height of tide to find the depth of water tells us if we could pass safely over drying heights, how much water we need to anchor to be a ble to float at low water etc. Knowing the tidal height at any given time is very important. And, of course, we add the tidal height onto our chart datum depth to give us the total depth of water. If we have a height of tide of 2 meters, and a chart datum depth is 3 meters, we know the depth of water will be 5 meters...

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US Captains Training Series - Compass Correction

   Another part of the US Captains Training Course. In this part we are talking about the Compass Correction. Variation and deviation make up the compass correction. Let us look into this issue and see how to make it right.

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US Captains Training Series - Aids to Navigation

   The present part of the US Captains Training series is dedicated to the Aids to Navigation.

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Westview Sailing's Online RYA Day Skipper Shorebased Navigation Course - Tidal Diamond and Tidal Stream Atlas

   Another part of the RYA online shorebased navigation course presented by Duncan Wales. This one is dedicated to the Tidal Diamond and Tidal Stream Atlas. The pack consists of two video files, each about 9 minutes long.

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US Captains Training Series - Course to Steer with Leeway (Known Set and Drift)

   Here is the another part of US Captain Trainign Series. I am Captain Neil Smith, an instructor for US Captains Training. Right now I am going to show you how to do the Course to Steer with Leeway problem on the chart; this problem is also known as a Known Set and Drift problem because we know the current and it has a set and a drift.

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Westview Sailing's Online RYA Day Skipper Shorebased Navigation Course - The Chart

   Welcome to our online course. I am Duncan Wales, RYA instructor and the author of the seamanship and boat handling articles for Sailing Today magazine. I will be taking you throught the exercises. Today, we will talk about the Chart. A Chart gives you a lot of useful information so let us go throughs some of it to see what it is telling us...

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Westview Sailing's Online RYA Day Skipper Shorebased Navigation Course - Secondary Ports

   The present part of the RYA Online Shorebased Sailing Video Training Course is dedicated to the Secondary Ports. Now, this is really Yachtmaster level. The video film presented by RYA instructor Duncan Wales will make it much easier for you to understand.

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US Captains Training Series - Converting Hours to Minutes and Minutes to Hours

   This short video film from US Captains Training Videos set will show you how to easily convert hours to minutes and back. Some kind of ABC for navigators.

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Coastal Navigation - Calculating your set and drift

   NauticEd is the world's most advanced online sailing education. This short video will show you how to calculationg the set and drift and your vessel easily. We are sailing along and obtain the fix. Our heading is 85 degrees magnetic and our speed is 4 knots...

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Westview Sailing's Online RYA Day Skipper Shorebased Navigation Course - Magnetic Variation

   Welcome to our course. Today we will talk about the Magnetic Variation. North on the Chart points to the True North and all bearings on the Chart and in the Almanac will be degrees true. However, you take all bearings with the compass and the only compass that does not require any sort of power is magnetic compass. So, your compass readings will be in degrees magnetic...

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Westview Sailing's Online RYA Day Skipper Shorebased Navigation Course - The Running Fix

   Welcome to RYA online shorebased navigation course; I am Duncan Wales, RYA instructor, and I am going to be taking you through the exercices. Today, we are going to have a look at The Running Fix. This is where we can find a position using one charted mark such as a chimney or a tower, or a monument. As long as we can see something and it is marked on the chart, we can use it to get our position...

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