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  • Nautical publications — is a technical term used in maritime circles describing a set of publications, generally published by national governments, for use in safe navigation of ships, boats, and similar vessels. The nature of waterways described by any given nautical… …   Wikipedia

  • Nautical mile — 1 nautical mile = SI units 1.85200 km 1,852.00 m US customary / Imperial units 1.15078 mi 6,076.12 ft The nautical mile (symbol M, NM or nmi) is a unit of length that is about one minute of arc of latitude along a …   Wikipedia

  • Nautical Archaeology Program — The Nautical Archaeology Program (NAP) is a degree granting program within the Anthropology Department at Texas A M University in College Station, Texas. The Nautical Archaeology Program offers admission to students seeking graduate degrees in… …   Wikipedia

  • Nautical time — The establishment of nautical standard times, nautical standard time zones and the nautical date line were recommended by the Anglo French Conference on Time keeping at Sea in 1917. The Conference recommended that the standard apply to all ships …   Wikipedia

  • Nautical metaphors in English — Thanks to the historical importance of seafaring in British culture, the English language is rich in related metaphors from the age of sail. Some examples are: * Taken aback * Batten down the hatches * Clear the decks * Loaded to the gunwales *… …   Wikipedia

  • Glossary of nautical terms — This is a glossary of nautical terms; some remain current, many date from the 17th 19th century. See also Wiktionary s nautical terms, Category:Nautical terms, and Nautical metaphors in English. Contents: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R …   Wikipedia

  • Foul (nautical) — Foul is a nautical term meaning to entangle or entwine, and more generally that something is wrong or difficult. The term dates back to usage with wind driven sailing ships. Fouled anchorIt is usually applied to the state of an anchor, which has… …   Wikipedia

  • Port (nautical) — Port is the nautical term (used on boats and ships) that refers to the left side of a ship, as perceived by a person on board the ship and facing towards the bow (the front of the vessel). The terms are also used for aircraft, spacecraft, and… …   Wikipedia

  • Consort (nautical) — Consort is a nautical term for unpowered Great Lakes vessels, usually a fully loaded schooner barge or steamer barge, towed by a larger steamer that would often tow more than one barge. The consort system was used in the Great Lakes from the… …   Wikipedia

  • List of nautical metaphors — Thanks to the historical importance of seafaring in British culture, the English language is rich in related metaphors from the age of sail. Some examples are: I like the cut of your jib used to characterise the way a person looks, sailors would… …   Wikipedia

  • Captain (nautical) — Infobox shipping job name = Captain othernames = Master Mariner, Ship s Master or Shipmaster photo = photo department = Deck Department s Senior Officer licensed = Yes reports to = epoch = location = duties = In charge aboard ship Maximum power… …   Wikipedia


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