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A nautical mile is
A degree of latitude is
A knot is miles
When transiting the Pacific from East to West, a time
zone is crossed every Degrees of
The ships boatswain is
The anchor assembly aboard a ship is collectively known
A person who has crossed the equator and kissed the
belly of King Neptune is a .
One who has not is a .
A bosun’s chair is used for
Reveille aboard a US Navy ship is sounded using a
Using landmarks and navigational aids within sight of
land is known as .
A handy Billy is used to
The official proceeding conducted after a ship’s
grounding is colloquially known as .
A negative result from question 12 will typically land
the navigator in .
The international day-shape for a ship breakdown is
The low-visibility sound signal for a vessel over 65
feet , underway is .
Maritime twilight is defined as
at sunset and
The optical instrument used for celestial navigation is
The optical instrument to measure bearing is the
Magnetic deviation is caused by
, magnetic variation is caused by
The term ‘Aye-Aye Sir’ literally means
An object sighted broad on the starboard beam is at
An object two points abaft the port beam is at
The large iron spheres mounted near the compass are
known as .
The lighted pedestal where the magnetic compass is
mounted is known as the .
What is a scuttlebutt?
Special Bonus Question:
A ship is
subject to a number of movements of the vessel itself – in addition to
forward/rearward motion. These movements are known as