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1 UPS #268ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 68ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 15º W Var (ZD +5)(ZD +4) (ZD +5)(ZD +4) Practice Cruise Junior Navigation Chapter 13 DO NOT BECOME FRUSTRATED!!!

2 UPS #268ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 68ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 15º W Var (ZD +5)(ZD +4) (ZD +5)(ZD +4) NOTE: Positions shown throughout this practice cruise were determined mathematically. Because of the small scale of the Universal Plotting Sheet, considerable variance in plotted positions will surely result. Instructors should therefore exercise considerable leeway in assessing each student’s plotting accuracy. No specific tolerances can be offered, since cumulative errors will undoubtedly arise as the cruise continues. SHOW YOU KNOW WHAT SHOULD BE DONE AND HOW, NOT ARRIVING AT THE SAME ANSWERS. PRACTICE OFFSHORE CRUISE – UNDERWAY deviation table In Chapter 11 you completed the planning for this offshore cruise. During the shakedown cruise, you created a deviation table for the steering compass, which is contained at the end of this Practice Cruise; use this deviation table for the cruise exercises. record in the Deck Log when these transmissions are received You have taken departure and have settled down into the daily navigational routine offshore. You review your Navigator’s notebook regularly and update it as needed. You enter information noted in the notebook into the Deck Log, as appropriate – for example, you planned to receive NOAA radiofax transmissions four time daily (Chapter 11 homework, #7), and will record in the Deck Log when these transmissions are received. manual plot log GPS positions weather celestial EPs or RFixes all course changesunusual happenings As navigator, you maintain a written Deck Log and manual plot of the voyage, using the practices discussed in this course. You plan to log GPS positions and weather conditions at least once every four hours unless conditions dictate that they should be logged more frequently. You also plan to log celestial EPs or RFixes whenever obtained, all course changes, and any unusual happenings. use knotmeter log readings to establish DR positions You’ll maintain a DR plot, using the practices discussed in this course and as indicated in this Practice Cruise. Remember to use knotmeter log readings to establish DR positions. In addition, the captain’s standing orders include that all radar contacts be plotted and he be notified if the closest point of approach (CPA) is 4.0 nm or less. You have noted the standing orders in your Navigator’s notebook, and will plot and log accordingly. You will plot the GPS positions, DRs and course changes on the Universal Plotting Sheet (UPS) and use CLS plotting sheets to plot situations that require more detail, as indicated in the Practice Cruise. The critical items in your Navigator’s notebook related to taking celestial observations are: 10.0 ft Height of eye:10.0 ft Off the Arc, 0º 01.9’ Index Error (IE):Off the Arc, 0º 01.9’ (check before each observation) f 0 – 13 seconds Watch error (WE):f 0 – 13 seconds This leg of your cruise starts on 29 June 20XX.

3 UPS #268ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 68ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 15º W Var (ZD +5)(ZD +4) (ZD +5)(ZD +4) 1. As part of your planning, you divided this voyage into 3 segments (Chapter 11 homework, Questions #2) and planned to plot each voyage segment on a separate Universal Plotting Sheet (UPS). You are near the end of the first segment of the voyage and are about to start the second voyage segment. Prepare UPS No. 2, using the Mid-Latitude of 37º N and Mid-Longitude of 68º W. From your voyage plan, you note that the variation in this area is 15º W. Plot the 15º W isogonic line using points L 1 39º 00’ N, Lo 1 69º 20’ W and L 2 35º 00’N, Lo 2 66º 45’ W. You also note that this UPS includes an area where the time zone changes. Plot the appropriate time zone boundary on UPS No. 2. You locate two waypoints on Plotting Sheet No. 2 to mark the intended course for this voyage segment. Plot and label WP1 at L WP1 38º 18.8’ N, Lo WP1 69º 14.3’ W, and WP2 at L WP2 35º 37.5’ N, Lo WP2 67º 03.5’ W. WP1WP2 1    30’ 20’ 10’ 30’ 40’ Review Chapter 8-9 presentation for detailed instructions on preparing this UPS Erase construction lines L WP1 38º 18.8’ N Lo WP1 69º 14.3’ W

4 UPS #268ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 68ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 15º W Var (ZD +5)(ZD +4) (ZD +5)(ZD +4) WP1WP2 1 C 147 T 147 V +15W M 162 D -2E C º = 1ºE 162º = ? 183º = 3ºE 183 – 136 = 47 ½ 47 = = = 2º E a. What is the magnetic course along the rhumb line of this segment? a. ____________________ b. What should be the planned compass course along this rhumb line?b. ____________________ 160º C T 47 V +15 M 162 D -2 C º M On the final exam should all your work

5 UPS #268ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 68ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 15º W Var (ZD +5)(ZD +4) (ZD +5)(ZD +4) WP1WP2 2 C 147 Cape Hatteras Virgin Rock º WP3 WP4 Cape Hatteras Gibraltar º 2. You transfer data from your Navigator’s notebook and review the pilot chart. You note that your intended route for this segment crosses two major shipping lanes, Cape Hatteras to Virgin Rocks and Cape Hatteras to Gibraltar (Chapter 11 homework, #1h). You mark the intersection of the shipping lanes and your route with WP 3 for the Virgin Rocks route and WP 4 for the Gibraltar route, and check these waypoints in your GPS. You also note in your Navigator’s notebook to closely monitor the radar when in the region of the two waypoints, based on the captain’s standing orders regarding radar contacts. Plot WP3 & WP4, as well as the course these shipping lanes cross your rhumb line course, on your Plotting Sheet No. 2. The data recorded in your Navigator’s notebook is: WP3: L 37º 50’ N, Lo 68º 20’ W,Course 058º – 238º WP4: L 36º 40’ N, Lo 67º 20’ W,Course 071º – 251º

6 UPS #268ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 68ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 15º W Var (ZD +5)(ZD +4) (ZD +5)(ZD +4) WP1WP2 3 Cape Hatteras Virgin Rock º WP3 WP4 Cape Hatteras Gibraltar º 0400 GPS C 119 S 6.8 C 133 D +1E M 134 V -15W T : As you begin your watch and start the DR plot, you note the ships heading, psc, is 133ºC and speed has been 6.8 kn. The GPS indicates a position of L 38º 32.6’ N, Lo 69º 49.1’ W. The ship’s knotmeter log reading is Conditions overnight have been Force 3 winds. a. What is the true DR course?a. ____________________ b. At 0400, what is the range and bearing to the GPS waypoint WP1?b. ____________________ 0428: Received NOAA weather fax; logged receipt and placed copy in Navigator’s notebook. C 133 D +1 M 134 V -15 T º T 30.6 nm, 117º T C 147

7 UPS #268ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 68ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 15º W Var (ZD +5)(ZD +4) (ZD +5)(ZD +4) DECKLOG – Vessel: Desert First Navigator: J.N. Wanabee From: Martha’s Vineyard, MA To: Bermuda Date: 29 Jun 2012 Page: __________ Time ZT Course (psc) VDSpeed Position (L/Lo (note type of position WeatherRemarks ZD º15º W1º W6.8GPS L 38º 32.6’ N Lo 69º 49.1’ WWinds F3 Log , relieved night watch, no problems reported 0428Received NOAA radiofax 1 For every time occurrence make an entry in the DECKLOG!!!

8 UPS #268ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 68ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 15º W Var (ZD +5)(ZD +4) (ZD +5)(ZD +4) WP1WP2 4 Cape Hatteras Virgin Rock º WP3 WP4 Cape Hatteras Gibraltar º 0400 GPS C 119 S GPS C 119 S DR: L 38º 19.5’ N Lo 69º 18.8’ W 0400 GPS 0800 GPS CMG 106 SMG 6.8 Set 023 Dft nm x / 240min 6.8kn : The GPS indicates a position of L 38º 25.0’ N, Lo 69º 15.8’ W. The ship’s heading is 133º C and the knotmeter log reading is Wind is Force 3 with scattered white caps. You report the position to the captain. Plot the 0800 GPS Fix and DR position, and the CMG from the 0400 GPS fix on a CLS plotting sheet, using L 38º 30’ N and Lo 69º 30’ W for the mid-Latitude and mid-Longitude. a. What has been the true CMG from the 0400 GPS Fix?a. ____________________ b. What has been the speed through the water (S)?b. ____________________ c. What are the 0800 DR coordinates?c. ____________________ d. What is the set and drift at 0800?d. ____________________ 106º Set 023º, Dft 1.5 kn 6.8 kn S=60D/T = 60x( )/240 = 6.8 L 38º 19.5’ N Lo 69º 18.8’ W C 147

9 UPS #268ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 68ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 15º W Var (ZD +5)(ZD +4) (ZD +5)(ZD +4) WP1WP2 5 Cape Hatteras Virgin Rock º WP3 WP4 Cape Hatteras Gibraltar º 0400 GPS C 119 S GPS C 119 S Current Vector Diagram GPS C 176 S 6.8 TR 169 SOA 5.5 Set 023 Dft 1.5 WP1 C 176 S The current has put you off course to the northeast, so you decide to restart your DR course from the 0800 GPS Fix to WP1, adjusting for current. Weather and wind conditions have remained constant so you estimate your speed (S) will continue to be 6.8 kn for this leg. Draw a current vector diagram to determine the true course to allow for the current determined in Question #4. a. What is the true course from the 0800 GPS fix to WP1, not adjusting for current? a. ____________________ b. What is the true course from the 0800 GPS fix to WP1, adjusting for current? b. ____________________ c. What is your expected SOA?c. ____________________ d. What is the compass course to WP1, adjusting for current?d. ____________________ You instruct the helmsman to change to this course. 169º 176º 5.5 kn T 176 V +15 M 191 D -3 C º C 147

10 UPS #268ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 68ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 15º W Var (ZD +5)(ZD +4) (ZD +5)(ZD +4) DECKLOG – Vessel: Desert First Navigator: J.N. Wanabee From: Martha’s Vineyard, MA To: Bermuda Date: 29 Jun 2012 Page: __________ Time ZT Course (psc) VDSpeed Position (L/Lo (note type of position WeatherRemarks ZD º15º W1º W6.8GPS L 38º 32.6’ N Lo 69º 49.1’ WWinds F3 Log , relieved night watch, no problems reported 0428Received NOAA radiofax º3º EGPS L 38º 25.0’ N Lo 69º 15.8’ WWinds F3, scattered white caps Log , reported position to captain, Total drift 6.0nm, Set 023º DR L 38º 19.5’ N Lo 69º 18.8’ W Drift 1.5, chg course to WP1, adj for current, estimated Speed 6.5, SOA For every position (GPS, Fix, DR, RFix, or EP) make an entry in the DECKLOG!!!

11 UPS #268ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 68ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 15º W Var (ZD +5)(ZD +4) (ZD +5)(ZD +4) S 6.8 WP1WP2 6 Cape Hatteras Virgin Rock º WP3 WP4 Cape Hatteras Gibraltar º 0400 GPS C 119 S GPS C 119 S 6.8 C 176 S GPS 0915 Log Log nm in 5min : You reach WP1 according to your GPS and change course to WP2, restarting the DR plot. You check the plotted course between WP1 and WP2 and confirm it to be 147º. Knotmeter log reading is You wish to check your sight-taking accuracy by getting a RFix using an LOP of the Sun now, and later in the day, a Meridian Transit of the Sun. At you obtain a good observation on the Sun’s upper limb and record an hs of 55º 59.5’. The knotmeter reading is Reduce this sight. Use your 0915 DR position as the reference position. Plot the resultant LOP on a CLS plotting sheet, using L 38º N and Lo 69º W for the mid-Latitude and mid-Longitude, and determine the 0915 EP. a. What is your 0915 DR position? a. ____________________ b. What is Ho?b. ____________________ c. What is the intercept?c. ____________________ d. What is the azimuth?d. ____________________ e. What are the 0915 EP coordinates?e.____________________ L 38º 18.3’ N Lo 69º 13.9’ W 55º 41.8’ 4.7 nm Toward 105º L 38º 17.4’ N Lo 69º 08.0’ W C 147

12 UPS #268ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 68ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 15º W Var (ZD +5)(ZD +4) (ZD +5)(ZD +4) DECKLOG – Vessel: Desert First Navigator: J.N. Wanabee From: Martha’s Vineyard, MA To: Bermuda Date: 29 Jun 2012 Page: __________ Time ZT Course (psc) VDSpeed Position (L/Lo (note type of position WeatherRemarks ZD º15º W1º W6.8GPS L 38º 32.6’ N Lo 69º 49.1’ WWinds F3 Log , relieved night watch, no problems reported 0428Received NOAA radiofax º3º EGPS L 38º 25.0’ N Lo 69º 15.8’ WWinds F3, scattered white caps Log , reported position to captain, Total drift 6.0nm, Set 023º DR L 38º 19.5’ N Lo 69º 18.8’ W Drift 1.5, chg course to WP1, adj for current, estimated Speed 6.5, SOA º2º EGPS L 38º 18.8’ N Lo 69º 14.3’ W Log , arrived WP1, chg course to WP DR L 38º 18.3’ N Lo 69º 13.9’ W Log Sun UL hs 55º 59.5’, LOP a 4.7nm T Zn 105º 0915EP L 38º 17.4’ N Lo 69º 08.0’ W 1

13 UPS #268ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 68ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 15º W Var (ZD +5)(ZD +4) (ZD +5)(ZD +4) WP1WP2 7 Cape Hatteras Virgin Rock º WP3 WP4 Cape Hatteras Gibraltar º 0400 GPS C 119 S GPS C 119 S 6.8 C 176 S GPS Log Log nm in 45min S = 60D / T (60x5.4)/45 S = 7.2kn hr 25min : In preparing to take a Meridian Transit sight, you calculate the time that transit of the sun will occur. Based on the time of yesterday’s Meridian Transit, you estimate that Meridian Transit will occur today around ZT The knotmeter log reads Winds have increased, waves 1-2 ft. Plot your expected 1140 DR position on Plotting Sheet #2, using the boat speed (S) experienced during the period a. What is your expected 1140 DR position?a. ____________________ b. Using your 1140 DR Lo, what is the calculated time of MT?b. ____________________ Use the Meridian Transit Form contained at the end of Chapter : Received NOAA weather fax; logged receipt and placed copy in Navigator’s notebook. L 38º 03.7’ N Lo 69º 01.8’ W D = SxT/60 = 7.2x145/60 = 17.4 nm from 0915 DR ZT C 147 S 6.8

14 UPS #268ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 68ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 15º W Var (ZD +5)(ZD +4) (ZD +5)(ZD +4) DECKLOG – Vessel: Desert First Navigator: J.N. Wanabee From: Martha’s Vineyard, MA To: Bermuda Date: 29 Jun 2012 Page: __________ Time ZT Course (psc) VDSpeed Position (L/Lo (note type of position WeatherRemarks ZD º15º W1º W6.8GPS L 38º 32.6’ N Lo 69º 49.1’ WWinds F3 Log , relieved night watch, no problems reported 0428Received NOAA radiofax º3º EGPS L 38º 25.0’ N Lo 69º 15.8’ WWinds F3, scattered white caps Log , reported position to captain, Total drift 6.0nm, Set 023º DR L 38º 19.5’ N Lo 69º 18.8’ W Drift 1.5, chg course to WP1, adj for current, estimated Speed 6.5, SOA º2º EGPS L 38º 18.8’ N Lo 69º 14.3’ W Log , arrived WP1, chg course to WP DR L 38º 18.3’ N Lo 69º 13.9’ W Log Sun UL hs 55º 59.5’, LOP a 4.7nm T Zn 105º 0915EP L 38º 17.4’ N Lo 69º 08.0’ W 1000Winds increasing, 1-2ft waves Log est 1140 DR 38º 03.7’ N Lo 69º 01.8’ W 1052Received NOAA radiofax 1

15 UPS #268ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 68ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 15º W Var (ZD +5)(ZD +4) (ZD +5)(ZD +4) S 7.3 WP2WP1 8 Cape Hatteras Virgin Rock º WP3 WP4 Cape Hatteras Gibraltar º 0400 GPS C 119 S GPS C 119 S 6.8 C 176 S GPS GPS : You prepare to take sights for the Meridian Transit and start before your calculated time of MT. You take a run of sights and select the observation on the lower limb of the sun at WT with hs of 74º 56.1’. You note that the 1140 GPS position is L 38º 03.5’ N, Lo 69º 02.1’ W and the knotmeter log reads , which you use to calculated your current DR position. Reduce the sight, using the Meridian Transit Form contained at the end of Chapter 9. a.What is Ho?a. ____________________ b.What is the calculated latitude from you meridian transit sight?b. ____________________ c.What is the difference between the calculated latitude from your MT sight and the latitude given by the GPS? c. ____________________ 75º 10.6’ L 38º 01.5’ N 2.0 nm Log Log nm S 7.3 C 147 S 6.8

16 UPS #268ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 68ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 15º W Var (ZD +5)(ZD +4) (ZD +5)(ZD +4) WP2 Cape Hatteras Virgin Rock º WP3 WP4 Cape Hatteras Gibraltar º WP GPS C 119 S GPS C 119 S 6.8 C 176 S GPS RFix 1140 GPS 9. Plot the MT observation on the CLS plotting sheet you prepared for Question #6. Advance the 0915 Sun LOP for a RFix with the 1140 MT.. a.What are the coordinates of the 1140 RFix?a. ____________________ b.What is the distance between the 1140 GPS fix and the 1140 RFix?b. ____________________ With the distance between the 1140 GPS fix and 1140 RFix small, you’re now confident that the GPS is working properly. You decide to re-start your DR course line from your next GPS fix. L 38º 01.5’ N Lo 68º 56.2’ W 4.9 nm C 147 S 6.8 S 7.3

17 UPS #268ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 68ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 15º W Var (ZD +5)(ZD +4) (ZD +5)(ZD +4) DECKLOG – Vessel: Desert First Navigator: J.N. Wanabee From: Martha’s Vineyard, MA To: Bermuda Date: 29 Jun 2012 Page: __________ Time ZT Course (psc) VDSpeed Position (L/Lo (note type of position WeatherRemarks ZD º15º W1º W6.8GPS L 38º 32.6’ N Lo 69º 49.1’ WWinds F3 Log , relieved night watch, no problems reported 0428Received NOAA radiofax º3º EGPS L 38º 25.0’ N Lo 69º 15.8’ WWinds F3, scattered white caps Log , reported position to captain, Total drift 6.0nm, Set 023º DR L 38º 19.5’ N Lo 69º 18.8’ W Drift 1.5, chg course to WP1, adj for current, estimated Speed 6.5, SOA º2º EGPS L 38º 18.8’ N Lo 69º 14.3’ W Log , arrived WP1, chg course to WP DR L 38º 18.3’ N Lo 69º 13.9’ W Log Sun UL hs 55º 59.5’, LOP a 4.7nm T Zn 105º 0915EP L 38º 17.4’ N Lo 69º 08.0’ W 1000Winds increasing, 1-2ft waves Log est 1140 DR 38º 03.7’ N Lo 69º 01.8’ W 1052Received NOAA radiofax GPS L 38º 03.5’ N Lo 69º 02.1’ WLog DR L 38º 03.5’ N Lo 69º 01.7’ WSun LL hs 74º 56.1’ MT a 2.0nm T 180º 1140RFix L 38º 01.5’ N Lo 68º 56.2’ W 1

18 UPS #268ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 68ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 15º W Var (ZD +5)(ZD +4) (ZD +5)(ZD +4) WP2 Cape Hatteras Virgin Rock º WP3 WP4 Cape Hatteras Gibraltar º WP GPS C 119 S GPS C 119 S 6.8 C 176 S GPS RFix 1140 GPS 1200 GPS WP5 C 125 S : The GPS indicates a position of L 38º 01.0’ N, Lo 69º 00.0’ W and the knotmeter log reading is Winds are Force 4 with waves 2-3 ft. After you make your entry in the ship’s Deck Log and report the position to the captain, you check on the NOAA radiofax chart issued at the 1052 weather broadcast. The low pressure system that you had been following during previous forecasts, located off the Caroline coast, is developing faster than expected. The forecast indicates that the system is on a course of 035º at a speed of 13 mph and is predicted to cross L 35º 00’ N, Lo 75º 00’ W in 24 hours. After conferring with the captain, you decide to avoid the worst of the system by changing to a course of 125ºT, 90 degrees to the system’s track, and increasing boat speed (S). Re-start your DR plot from the 1200 position and locate WP5 150 miles away. a. What is the compass course to WP5?a. ____________________ b. What are the coordinates of WP5?b. ____________________ Further evaluation of the weather data indicates that the system is approximately 200 miles in diameter with winds that could approach Force 5. You note that the winds will shift from the SW to S, and then to the SE as the system passes. You decide to: Start logging your position, either DR or GPS, every two hours until the weather system passes. Follow the route from the 1200 fix to WP5. Instruct the helmsman to follow the route as closely as possible, but to also follow the wind to minimize the strain on the boat and crew. L 36º 35.0’ N Lo 66º 25.5’ W 139º T 125 V +15 M 140 D -1 C 139 C 147 S 6.8 S 7.3

19 UPS #268ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 68ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 15º W Var (ZD +5)(ZD +4) (ZD +5)(ZD +4) DECKLOG – Vessel: Desert First Navigator: J.N. Wanabee From: Martha’s Vineyard, MA To: Bermuda Date: 29 Jun 2012 Page: __________ Time ZT Course (psc) VDSpeed Position (L/Lo (note type of position WeatherRemarks ZD º15º W1º W6.8GPS L 38º 32.6’ N Lo 69º 49.1’ WWinds F3 Log , relieved night watch, no problems reported 0428Received NOAA radiofax º3º EGPS L 38º 25.0’ N Lo 69º 15.8’ WWinds F3, scattered white caps Log , reported position to captain, Total drift 6.0nm, Set 023º DR L 38º 19.5’ N Lo 69º 18.8’ W Drift 1.5, chg course to WP1, adj for current, estimated Speed 6.5, SOA º2º EGPS L 38º 18.8’ N Lo 69º 14.3’ W Log , arrived WP1, chg course to WP DR L 38º 18.3’ N Lo 69º 13.9’ W Log Sun UL hs 55º 59.5’, LOP a 4.7nm T Zn 105º 0915EP L 38º 17.4’ N Lo 69º 08.0’ W 1000Winds increasing, 1-2ft waves Log est 1140 DR 38º 03.7’ N Lo 69º 01.8’ W 1052Received NOAA radiofax GPS L 38º 03.5’ N Lo 69º 02.1’ WLog DR L 38º 03.5’ N Lo 69º 01.7’ WSun LL hs 74º 56.1’ MT a 2.0nm T 180º 1140RFix L 38º 01.5’ N Lo 68º 56.2’ W º1º E8.1GPS L 38º 01.0’ N Lo 69º 00.0’ W Winds F4, waves 2-3ft, low pressure area developing fast Log , reported position to captain, change course to avoid storm, with orders to tracking 035º 13mph approx 200 miles in diameter, expect follow wind to minimize strain on boat and crew SW winds changing to S, then SE with F5 winds 1

20 UPS #268ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 68ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 15º W Var (ZD +5)(ZD +4) (ZD +5)(ZD +4) S 8.5 WP2 Cape Hatteras Virgin Rock º WP3 WP4 Cape Hatteras Gibraltar º WP GPS C 119 S GPS C 119 S 6.8 C 176 S GPS RFix 1140 GPS 1200 GPS WP5 C 125 S D = 17.0 S = : The knotmeter log reads Winds are at Force 4 and increasing. Plot the 1400 position on Plotting Sheet #2, and make the appropriate Deck Log entry. D = – = 17.0 nm from the 1200 GPS position. C 147 S 6.8 S 7.3

21 UPS #268ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 68ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 15º W Var (ZD +5)(ZD +4) (ZD +5)(ZD +4) DECKLOG – Vessel: Desert First Navigator: J.N. Wanabee From: Martha’s Vineyard, MA To: Bermuda Date: 29 Jun 2012 Page: __________ Time ZT Course (psc) VDSpeed Position (L/Lo (note type of position WeatherRemarks ZD º15º W1º W6.8GPS L 38º 32.6’ N Lo 69º 49.1’ WWinds F3 Log , relieved night watch, no problems reported 0428Received NOAA radiofax º3º EGPS L 38º 25.0’ N Lo 69º 15.8’ WWinds F3, scattered white caps Log , reported position to captain, Total drift 6.0nm, Set 023º DR L 38º 19.5’ N Lo 69º 18.8’ W Drift 1.5, chg course to WP1, adj for current, estimated Speed 6.5, SOA º2º EGPS L 38º 18.8’ N Lo 69º 14.3’ W Log , arrived WP1, chg course to WP DR L 38º 18.3’ N Lo 69º 13.9’ W Log Sun UL hs 55º 59.5’, LOP a 4.7nm T Zn 105º 0915EP L 38º 17.4’ N Lo 69º 08.0’ W 1000Winds increasing, 1-2ft waves Log est 1140 DR 38º 03.7’ N Lo 69º 01.8’ W 1052Received NOAA radiofax GPS L 38º 03.5’ N Lo 69º 02.1’ WLog DR L 38º 03.5’ N Lo 69º 01.7’ WSun LL hs 74º 56.1’ MT a 2.0nm T 180º 1140RFix L 38º 01.5’ N Lo 68º 56.2’ W º1º E8.1GPS L 38º 01.0’ N Lo 69º 00.0’ W Winds F4, waves 2-3ft, low pressure area developing fast Log , reported position to captain, change course to avoid storm, with orders to tracking 035º 13mph approx 200 miles in diameter, expect follow wind to minimize strain on boat and crew SW winds changing to S, then SE with F5 winds DR L 37º 51.2’ N Lo 68º 42.3’ WLog J.N. Wanabee, AP 1

22 UPS #268ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 68ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 15º W Var (ZD +5)(ZD +4) (ZD +5)(ZD +4) WP2 Cape Hatteras Virgin Rock º WP3 WP4 Cape Hatteras Gibraltar º WP GPS C 119 S GPS C 119 S 6.8 C 176 S GPS RFix 1140 GPS 1200 GPS WP5 C 125 S GPS : The knotmeter log reads and the GPS position is L 37º 54.5’ N, Lo 68º 17.7’ W. Winds have increased to Force 5, waves to 5 ft with some spray. After plotting and logging the 1600 GPS position you compare the past two log entries with your plotting sheet. You make note that the SMG for the past 4 hours has been 8.5 kn. You note that the 1600 GPS position is to the NE of the course line to WP5; this doesn’t concern you, since helmsman was instructed to follow the winds to minimize the strain on the boat and crew, and the winds from the storm have been primarily from the SW. You also note that the 1600 position is very close to the shipping lane between Cape Hatteras and Virgin Rock. You immediately have the radar turned ON, and confirm it is operating and being monitored by one of the crew. Plot the 1600 GPS position on Plotting Sheet #2, and make the appropriate Deck Log entry. aWhat is the distance from your 1600 position to where you will cross the Cape Hatteras to Virgin Rock shipping lane? a. ____________________ 4.7 nm C 147 S 6.8 S 7.3 S 8.5

23 UPS #268ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 68ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 15º W Var (ZD +5)(ZD +4) (ZD +5)(ZD +4) DECKLOG – Vessel: Desert First Navigator: J.N. Wanabee From: Martha’s Vineyard, MA To: Bermuda Date: 29 Jun 2012 Page: __________ Time ZT Course (psc) VDSpeed Position (L/Lo (note type of position WeatherRemarks ZD º15º W1º E8.5GPS L 37º 54.5’ N Lo 68º 17.7’ WWinds F5, waves 5ft Log , approaching Cape Hatteras to Virgin Rock shipping lane, turned on radar 2

24 UPS #268ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 68ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 15º W Var (ZD +5)(ZD +4) (ZD +5)(ZD +4) Cape Hatteras Virgin Rock º WP3 WP4 Cape Hatteras Gibraltar º WP2WP GPS C 119 S GPS C 119 S 6.8 C 176 S GPS RFix 1140 GPS 1200 GPS WP5 C 125 S GPS 1614 GPS 1634 GPS CH-VR 058 WP GPS 1614 Radar 25.5nm Radar 14.9nm S = 60D / T S = 60x8.3/20 S = T = 60D / S T = 60x9.3/24.9 T = = 1656 SMG=3.0x60/20 SMG=9.0 T=60D/SMG T=60x6.8/9.0 T=45.3min = 1719 CPA : The radar picks up a large contact at a range of 25.5 nm, on a bearing of 073ºT; the GPS position at this time is L 37º54.2’N, Lo 68º15.4’W and the knotmeter log reads Twenty minutes later, the GPS indicates you position is L 37º53.6’N, Lo 68º11.7’W with knotmeter log reading ; a second radar reading at this time indicates the contact at a range of 14.9 nm, bearing 076ºT. Plot this situation on a CLS plotting sheet, using L 38ºN and Lo 68º10’W for the mid-Latitude and mid- Longitude. a.What is the ship’s course?a. ____________________ b.What is the ship’s speed?b. ____________________ c.What time will the ship cross your track?c. ____________________ d.What time will your vessel cross the ship’s path?d. ____________________ 237º 24.9 kn SMG = 60D/T; 60x8.3/20 = T = 60D/SMG; 60x17.6/24.9 = ETA = T =60D/SMG = 60x6.8/(3.0x60/20) = ETA = 1719 C 147 S 6.8 S 7.3 S 8.5

25 UPS #268ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 68ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 15º W Var (ZD +5)(ZD +4) (ZD +5)(ZD +4) WP2 Cape Hatteras Virgin Rock º WP3 WP4 Cape Hatteras Gibraltar º WP GPS C 119 S GPS C 119 S 6.8 C 176 S GPS RFix 1140 GPS 1200 GPS WP5 C 125 S GPS 13 You note the ship’s closest point of approach (CPA) may be within the 4.0 mile limit of the captain’s standing orders. e.Should circumstances require it, what true course should you be prepared to make? e. ____________________ f.What would be the compass course for this action?f. ____________________ Although there appears to be no need for avoidance action, you report your position and intention to the captain. He agrees that no course change is necessary Received NOAA weather fax; logged receipt and placed copy in Navigator’s notebook. 057º (+/- 5º) 073º (+/- 5º) T 057 V +15 M 072 D +1 C º from the ship’s course you target C 147 S 6.8 S 7.3 S 8.5

26 UPS #268ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 68ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 15º W Var (ZD +5)(ZD +4) (ZD +5)(ZD +4) DECKLOG – Vessel: Desert First Navigator: J.N. Waunakee From: Martha’s Vineyard, MA To: Bermuda Date: 29 Jun 2012 Page: __________ Time ZT Course (psc) VDSpeed Position (L/Lo (note type of position WeatherRemarks ZD º15º W1º E8.5GPS L 37º 54.5’ N Lo 68º 17.7’ WWinds F5, waves 5ft Log , approaching Cape Hatteras to Virgin Rock shipping lane, turned on radar GPS L 37º 54.2’ N Lo 68º 15.4’ WWinds F5Log , target Brg 073º, range 25.5nm GPS L 37º 53.6’ N Lo 68º 11.7’ W Log , target Brg 076º, range 14.9nm, target on course 237º at 24.9kn, reported to captain, paths cross 1719 target 1656 maintain course 1652Received NOAA radiofax 2

27 UPS #268ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 68ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 15º W Var (ZD +5)(ZD +4) (ZD +5)(ZD +4) WP2 Cape Hatteras Virgin Rock º WP3 WP4 Cape Hatteras Gibraltar º WP GPS C 119 S GPS C 119 S 6.8 C 176 S GPS RFix 1140 GPS 1200 GPS WP5 C 125 S GPS RFix1730 GPS 1600 DR: L 37º 41.5’ N Lo 68º 24.7’ W : The GPS indicates a position of L 37º52.1’N, Lo 68º01.8’W and the knotmeter log reads Winds are F5, with waves 6 ft. The ship is now well past your position. Checking your DR plot of the past several hours, you decide to determine the set and drift indicated by the 1600 GPS fix. You used the 1600 knotmeter log reading to calculate the speed and distance from the 1200 GPS position, and then plotted the 1600 DR and the GPS positions on a CLS plotting sheet, using L 38ºN and Lo 68º30’W for the mid-Latitude and mid-Longitude. a.What were the 1600 DR coordinates?a. ____________________ b.What is the set at 1600?b. ____________________ c.What is the drift at 1600?c. ____________________ d.What was the true CMG between 1200 and 1600?d. ____________________ D = ( ) = 34nm from 1200 position L 37º 41.5’ N Lo 68º 24.7’ W 023º 101º 3.5 kn S = 60xD/T = 60x14.1/240 – 3.5 kn C 147 S 6.8 S 7.3 S 8.5

28 UPS #268ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 68ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 15º W Var (ZD +5)(ZD +4) (ZD +5)(ZD +4) See CLS Plot 1730 GPS WP2 Cape Hatteras Virgin Rock º WP3 WP4 Cape Hatteras Gibraltar º WP GPS C 119 S GPS C 119 S 6.8 C 176 S GPS RFix 1140 GPS 1200 GPS WP5 C 125 S GPS Current Vector Diagram GPS C 177 S 8.5 TR 161 SOA 5.5 Set 023 Dft You decide to change course to WP2, restarting the DR plot from the 1730 GPS position and accounting for the newly calculated set and drift. Draw a new current diagram to determine your new course to steer and expected speed of advance to WP2. e.What will be the compass course to steer to WP2?e. ____________________ f.What will be the speed of advance to WP2?f. ____________________ You instruct the helmsman to change to this new course. Due to the winds and sea state, you continue the 1200 orders to the helmsman to follow the wind to minimize stress on the boat and crew. You expect the weather conditions will continue to set the boat to the NE. You decide to cover the 1600 to 1730 events by plotting on the two GPS positions for those times on the UPS sheet, and inserting a note on the UPS referencing the previous CLS plotting sheet. 189º C 5.5 kn T 177 V +15 M 192 D -3 C 189 C 147 S 6.8 S 7.3 S 8.5

29 UPS #268ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 68ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 15º W Var (ZD +5)(ZD +4) (ZD +5)(ZD +4) DECKLOG – Vessel: Desert First Navigator: J.N. Wanabee From: Martha’s Vineyard, MA To: Bermuda Date: 29 Jun 2012 Page: __________ Time ZT Course (psc) VDSpeed Position (L/Lo (note type of position WeatherRemarks ZD º15º W1º E8.5GPS L 37º 54.5’ N Lo 68º 17.7’ WWinds F5, waves 5ft Log , approaching Cape Hatteras to Virgin Rock shipping lane, turned on radar GPS L 37º 54.2’ N Lo 68º 15.4’ WWinds F5Log , target Brg 073º, range 25.5nm GPS L 37º 53.6’ N Lo 68º 11.7’ W Log , target Brg 076º, range 14.9nm, target on course 237º at 24.9kn, reported to captain, paths cross 1719 target 1656 maintain course 1652Received NOAA radiofax º3º E8.6GPS L 37º 52.1’ N Lo 68º 01.8’ WWinds F5, waves 6ft Log , Tot Drift 14.0nm Set 023º drift 3.5, changed course to WP2 1730DR L ’ N Lo ’ W 2

30 UPS #268ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 68ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 15º W Var (ZD +5)(ZD +4) (ZD +5)(ZD +4) See CLS Plot GPS WP2 Cape Hatteras Virgin Rock º WP3 WP4 Cape Hatteras Gibraltar º WP GPS C 119 S GPS C 119 S 6.8 C 176 S GPS RFix 1140 GPS 1200 GPS WP5 C 125 S GPS 1730 TR 161 SOA 5.5 C 177 S – – D = 2.3 nm : The knotmeter log reads Winds have decreased a bit but are still at Force 5 and waves are running to 4-5 ft. You review the 1652 weather fax and find that the storm is predicted to pass your present position quickly and that winds should start to moderate in the next hour. C 147 S 6.8 S 7.3 S 8.5

31 UPS #268ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 68ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 15º W Var (ZD +5)(ZD +4) (ZD +5)(ZD +4) DECKLOG – Vessel: Desert First Navigator: J.N. Wanabee From: Martha’s Vineyard, MA To: Bermuda Date: 29 Jun 2012 Page: __________ Time ZT Course (psc) VDSpeed Position (L/Lo (note type of position WeatherRemarks ZD º15º W1º E8.5GPS L 37º 54.5’ N Lo 68º 17.7’ WWinds F5, waves 5ft Log , approaching Cape Hatteras to Virgin Rock shipping lane, turned on radar GPS L 37º 54.2’ N Lo 68º 15.4’ WWinds F5Log , target Brg 073º, range 25.5nm GPS L 37º 53.6’ N Lo 68º 11.7’ W Log , target Brg 076º, range 14.9nm, target on course 237º at 24.9kn, reported to captain, paths cross 1719 target 1656 maintain course 1652Received NOAA radiofax º3º E8.6GPS L 37º 52.1’ N Lo 68º 01.8’ WWinds F5, waves 6ft Log , Tot Drift 14.0nm Set 023º drift 3.5, changed course to WP2 1730DR L ’ N Lo ’ W DR L 37º 47.8’ N Lo 68º 01.8’ W Winds F5 and dropping, waves 4-5ft, reviewed 1652 radiofax, Log Weather should moderate in 1 hour 2

32 UPS #268ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 68ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 15º W Var (ZD +5)(ZD +4) (ZD +5)(ZD +4) See CLS Plot 1730 GPS WP2 Cape Hatteras Virgin Rock º WP3 WP4 Cape Hatteras Gibraltar º WP GPS C 119 S GPS C 119 S 6.8 C 176 S GPS RFix 1140 GPS 1200 GPS WP5 C 125 S GPS 1730 TR 161 SOA 5.6 C 177 S GPS : You record the GPS position of L 37º 38.9’ N, Lo 67º 56.0’ W in the Deck Log and report this position to the captain. The knotmeter log reads The winds continue to moderate slightly and sea conditions are improving. Plot your 2000 GPS position. C 147 S 6.8 S 7.3 S 8.5

33 UPS #268ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 68ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 15º W Var (ZD +5)(ZD +4) (ZD +5)(ZD +4) DECKLOG – Vessel: Desert First Navigator: J.N. Wanabee From: Martha’s Vineyard, MA To: Bermuda Date: 29 Jun 2012 Page: __________ Time ZT Course (psc) VDSpeed Position (L/Lo (note type of position WeatherRemarks ZD º15º W1º E8.5GPS L 37º 54.5’ N Lo 68º 17.7’ WWinds F5, waves 5ft Log , approaching Cape Hatteras to Virgin Rock shipping lane, turned on radar GPS L 37º 54.2’ N Lo 68º 15.4’ WWinds F5Log , target Brg 073º, range 25.5nm GPS L 37º 53.6’ N Lo 68º 11.7’ W Log , target Brg 076º, range 14.9nm, target on course 237º at 24.9kn, reported to captain, paths cross 1719 target 1656 maintain course 1652Received NOAA radiofax º3º E8.6GPS L 37º 52.1’ N Lo 68º 01.8’ WWinds F5, waves 6ft Log , Tot Drift 14.0nm Set 023º drift 3.5, changed course to WP2 1730DR L ’ N Lo ’ W DR L 37º 47.8’ N Lo 68º 01.8’ W Winds F5 and dropping, waves 4-5ft, reviewed 1652 radiofax, Log Weather should moderate in 1 hour GPS L 37º 38.9’ N Lo 67º 56.0’ W Winds moderating, sea conditions improving Log , reported position to captain 2

34 UPS #268ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 68ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 15º W Var (ZD +5)(ZD +4) (ZD +5)(ZD +4) See CLS Plot 1730 GPS WP2 Cape Hatteras Virgin Rock º WP3 WP4 Cape Hatteras Gibraltar º WP GPS C 119 S GPS C 119 S 6.8 C 176 S GPS RFix 1140 GPS 1200 GPS WP5 C 125 S GPS 1730 TR 161 SOA 5.5 C 177 S GPS – – D = 17.0 nm : The knotmeter reading is Winds are at F4, with waves at 3-4 ft. Plot your 2200 position. C 147 S 6.8 S 7.3 S 8.5

35 UPS #268ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 68ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 15º W Var (ZD +5)(ZD +4) (ZD +5)(ZD +4) DECKLOG – Vessel: Desert First Navigator: J.N. Wanabee From: Martha’s Vineyard, MA To: Bermuda Date: 29 Jun 2012 Page: __________ Time ZT Course (psc) VDSpeed Position (L/Lo (note type of position WeatherRemarks ZD º15º W1º E8.5GPS L 37º 54.5’ N Lo 68º 17.7’ WWinds F5, waves 5ft Log , approaching Cape Hatteras to Virgin Rock shipping lane, turned on radar GPS L 37º 54.2’ N Lo 68º 15.4’ WWinds F5Log , target Brg 073º, range 25.5nm GPS L 37º 53.6’ N Lo 68º 11.7’ W Log , target Brg 076º, range 14.9nm, target on course 237º at 24.9kn, reported to captain, paths cross 1719 target 1656 maintain course 1652Received NOAA radiofax º3º E8.6GPS L 37º 52.1’ N Lo 68º 01.8’ WWinds F5, waves 6ft Log , Tot Drift 14.0nm Set 023º drift 3.5, changed course to WP2 1730DR L ’ N Lo ’ W DR L 37º 47.8’ N Lo 68º 01.8’ W Winds F5 and dropping, waves 4-5ft, reviewed 1652 radiofax, Log Weather should moderate in 1 hour GPS L 37º 38.9’ N Lo 67º 56.0’ W Winds moderating, sea conditions improving Log , reported position to captain 2200DR L 37º 13.9’ N Lo 67º 59.3’ WWaves F4, waves 3-4ftLog

36 UPS #268ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 68ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 15º W Var (ZD +5)(ZD +4) (ZD +5)(ZD +4) 1730 GPS WP2 Cape Hatteras Virgin Rock º WP3 WP4 Cape Hatteras Gibraltar º WP GPS C 119 S GPS C 119 S 6.8 C 176 S GPS RFix 1140 GPS 1200 GPS WP5 C 125 S GPS 1730 TR 161 SOA 5.5 C 177 S GPS GPS 29 Jun 0000 GPS 30 Jun Jun Jun S 6.8 See CLS Plot : You review the Deck Log, making the 2400 entry. You log the GPS position of L 37º 17.7’ N, Lo 67º 46.8’ W and the knotmeter reading of Winds have dropped to F3 and conditions are continuing to improve. You plot this position on Plotting Sheet #2. a. If you were to continue your watch beyond 2400, what change would need to be made in the log? a. _______________________________________________ Having only caught naps throughout the storm, you turn over the watch, pour yourself a stiff drink, and head to your berth for some well-earned rest. Start a new page with new date C 147 S 7.3 S 8.5

37 UPS #268ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 68ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 15º W Var (ZD +5)(ZD +4) (ZD +5)(ZD +4) DECKLOG – Vessel: Desert First Navigator: J.N. Wanabee From: Martha’s Vineyard, MA To: Bermuda Date: 29 Jun 2012 Page: __________ Time ZT Course (psc) VDSpeed Position (L/Lo (note type of position WeatherRemarks ZD º15º W1º E8.5GPS L 37º 54.5’ N Lo 68º 17.7’ WWinds F5, waves 5ft Log , approaching Cape Hatteras to Virgin Rock shipping lane, turned on radar GPS L 37º 54.2’ N Lo 68º 15.4’ WWinds F5Log , target Brg 073º, range 25.5nm GPS L 37º 53.6’ N Lo 68º 11.7’ W Log , target Brg 076º, range 14.9nm, target on course 237º at 24.9kn, reported to captain, paths cross 1719 target 1656 maintain course 1652Received NOAA radiofax º3º E8.6GPS L 37º 52.1’ N Lo 68º 01.8’ WWinds F5, waves 6ft Log , Tot Drift 14.0nm Set 023º drift 3.5, changed course to WP2 1730DR L ’ N Lo ’ W DR L 37º 47.8’ N Lo 68º 01.8’ W Winds F5 and dropping, waves 4-5ft, reviewed 1652 radiofax, Log Weather should moderate in 1 hour GPS L 37º 38.9’ N Lo 67º 56.0’ W Winds moderating, sea conditions improving Log , reported position to captain 2200DR L 37º 13.9’ N Lo 67º 59.3’ WWaves F4, waves 3-4ftLog GPS L 37º 17.7’ N Lo 67º 46.8’ WWinds F3, conditions improvingLog – watch relieved J.N. Wanabee, AP 2

38 UPS #268ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 37Nº 38º 39º 36º 35º 68ºW69ºW70ºW67ºW66ºW 15º W Var (ZD +5)(ZD +4) (ZD +5)(ZD +4) S GPS C 147 WP2 Cape Hatteras Virgin Rock º WP3 WP4 Cape Hatteras Gibraltar º WP GPS C 119 S GPS C 119 S 6.8 C 176 S GPS RFix 1140 GPS 1200 GPS WP5 C 125 S GPS 1730 TR 161 SOA 5.5 C 177 S GPS GPS 29 Jun 0000 GPS 30 Jun Jun Jun S 6.8 See CLS Plot S 8.5 C 119 S DR: L 38º 19.5’ N Lo 69º 18.8’ W 0400 GPS 0800 GPS CMG 106 SMG 6.8 Set 023 Dft Current Vector Diagram GPS C 176 S 6.8 TR 169 SOA 5.5 Set 023 Dft 1.5 WP1 WP GPS 1634 GPS CH-VR 058 WP GPS 1614 Radar 25.5nm Radar 14.9nm CPA 1600 DR: L 37º 41.5’ N Lo 68º 24.7’ W 1730 Current Vector Diagram GPS C 177 S 8.5 TR 161 SOA 5.5 Set 023 Dft 3.5 UPS Plot 0800 Set/Dft 0800 Vector 0915 SR96a 0915 LOP 1140 MT 1600 Set/Dft 1634 Radar 1730 Vector Deck Log What should your cruise packet include?

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