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Photos: Mustang Survival Section E2-Cruise B

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General Deviation = 0° Variation = 20°E All positions and lines plotted on the chart should adhere to labeling conventions in Supplementary Material Use Piloting Training Chart C Plot DRs –every whole hour –whenever a change of speed or course –Whenever a bearing is taken or fix is obtained No wind or current Show all work and calculations

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Depart Refuge Cove @ 09:00

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E-2-1 Plot and label your 0937 Fix. 0937 0.5 nm

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@ 09:37 you are ½ mile due West of Fl R Light, entrance to Refuge Cove.

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0937 L 50º 06.9’ N Lo 124º 51.8’ W Question E-2-2 What are the coordinates of your 0937 fix?

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0937 You proceed on a course of 126°(T) at a speed of 5.0 knots Plot and label your course line C 126 S 5.0 Plotter used to chart a course line of 126 ° / 106 M 106° M agnetic obtained from Plotter or Calculation

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TVMDC Question E-2-4 What Compass Course Will You Steer ? 12620 E1060

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After running this course for 30 minutes, you take two compass bearing on two fixed aids as follows: The light on West Redonda Island - ‘Fl 10s 20m 15M’ bears 335 °(C) The light on Mink Island - ‘Fl(2) 12s 18m 12M’ bears 044 °(C)

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TVMDC Question E2-5 What is the true bearing of the light on West Redonda Island? 35520 E3350

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TVMDC Question E2-6 What is the true bearing of the light on Mink Island? 06420 E0440

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Question E-2-7 Plot and label this fix. C 126 S 5.0 / 106 M 355 / 335 M 064 / 044 M Plotter used to chart a bearing of 355 ° 335° Magnetic obtained from Plotter or Calculation Plotter used to chart a bearing of 064 ° 044° Magnetic obtained from Plotter or Calculation 1007

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C 126 S 5.0 / 106 M 355 / 335 M 064 / 044 M 1007 L 50º 05.6’ N Lo 124º 48.5’ W Question E-2-8 What are the coordinates of this fix?

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Looking North East up right arm of Desolation Sound Mink Island

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C 126 S 5.0 / 106 M 355 / 335 M 1007 E2-9 Alter course to 092°(T) – Increase speed to 6.0 knots Plot and label your course line. C 092 S 6.0 Plotter used to chart a course line of 092 ° / 072 M 064 / 044 M 072° Magnetic obtained from Plotter or Calculation

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Question E2-10 What will be the true bearing of the Mink Island Light when it is abeam to Port 092 (course) - 090 (abeam) = 002 to Port

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C 126 S 5.0 / 106 M 355 / 335 M 1007 Mink Island light will have a bearing of 002 (T) when you are abeam to Port 064 / 044 M C 092 S 6.0 / 072 M 002 / 342 M

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C 126 S 5.0 / 106 M 355 / 335 M 1007 When will Mink Island light will be abeam to Port 064 / 044 M C 092 S 6.0 / 072 M 0.9 nm 002 / 342 M

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t = 60 X 0.9 6 ETA 1007 + 9 = 1016 60D St Question E2-11 When will the Mink Island light be abeam to Port? t = 9 minutes t = 60 X D S

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C 126 S 5.0 / 106 M 355 / 335 M 1007 E-2-12 Plot the DR position for the time when the Mink Island light will be abeam to Port 064 / 044 M C 092 S 6.0 / 072 M 002 / 342 M 1016

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Exploring East coast Mink Island

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Crume Islands Mink Island Still exploring

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At 1155, you hear a distress call on your marine radio. A boater has struck Pringle Rock just west of Morgan Island and requests assistance. 1155 Distress Call

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Close aboard the northeastern end of the most northern of the Curme Islands

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You answer the call and inform him you are close aboard the northeastern end of the most northern of the Curme Islands and are on your way at a speed of 20.0 knots. 1155

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E–2–13 Plot and label your course line. 1155 C 024 S 20.0 / 004 M 004° Magnetic obtained from Plotter or Calculation Plotter used to determine the direction of the course line is 024 °

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E–2–14.What is your estimated time of arrival (ETA) at Pringle Rock? 1155 C 024 S 20.0 / 004 M 1.3 nm

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t = 60 X 1.3 20 t = 3.9 (round to 4) minutes ETA 1155 + 4 = 1159 60D St E–2–14.What is your estimated time of arrival (ETA) at Pringle Rock? t = 60 X D S

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C 024 / 004 M S 20.0 When you reach Pringle Rock, you find a 5-metre runabout floating and not taking on water, but with a severely damaged outboard drive unit and propeller. The operator, though unhurt, is very upset with himself for not exercising more care in his navigation. You fashion a towing bridle and begin the tow back to his cabin at Roscoe Bay. 1155

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C 024 / 004 M S 20.0 At 1225, you leave Pringle Rock on a course for Marylebone Point at a speed of 4.0 knots. 1155 1225

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C 024 / 004 M S 20.0 E–2–15.What is your true course? 1155 1225 Plotter used to determine the direction of the course line is 330 ° C 330

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TVMDC 33020 E3100 E–2–16.What is your compass course?

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C 024 / 004 M S 20.0 1155 1225 C 330 / 310 M E–2–16.What is your compass course? TVMDC 33020 E3100 310° Magnetic obtained from Plotter or Calculation S 4.0

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C 024 / 004 M S 20.0 1155 1225 C 330 / 310 M E–2–17.At what time will you be close aboard Marylebone Point ? S 4.0 1.6 nm

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t = 60 X 1.6 4 t = 24 minutes ETA 1225 + 24 = 1249 60D St t = 60 X D S E–2–17.At what time will you be close aboard Marylebone Point ?

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Question E2-18 What are the coordinates of Marylebone Point Light L 50° 09.7’ N Lo 124° 45.1’ W

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You round Marylebone Point and enter Rosecoe Bay

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