Englisch , abeam reach, abreast, accidental, afterbow spring line , alee , amidships, anchor , apparent wind, asymmetric spinnaker, athwart, athwartships, atmospheric wind , back, to bail, barber hauler, batten, batten pocket, to be not under command, to

off wind, on beam reach, on the beam wind, out haul, to pinch, to plane, pole, port (side), port tack ,wind from port
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Navigation programs, seminars, tutorials, etc.

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Online Service: Sun and Moon rise and set times, Moon phases, eclipses, seasons, positions of solar system objects, and other data
Publications: astronomical and navigational almanacs, special publications, research reports
background information on common astronomical phenomena, calendars and time, and related topics
Software: computer almanac for PCs and Macs, and more

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Online crash course for celestial navigation

Frequenzen, Solarenergie, Solarzellen, Bugstrahlruder, Wellen, Ruderanlagen, Hydraulik, Hutzen, Bootshacken, Toiletten, Bullauge, Kette, Fender, Backstag, Gill, Henri Lloyd,shipchandler,rudersystemAstronavigation
Online tutorial, books, cardboard Sextant Kit

Antennen, Funkgeräte, Wetterfax, Slipwagen, Antifouling, Chronometer, Echolot, Kartenplotter, Radar, Rettungswesten, NMEA, Fishfinder, Bordinstrumente, AutomatikwesteAstro - Navigation
GPS, navigation, celestial navigation

Antennen, Funkgeräte, Wetterfax, Slipwagen, Antifouling, Chronometer, Echolot, Kartenplotter, Radar, Rettungswesten, NMEA, Fishfinder, Bordinstrumente, AutomatikwesteWikipedia Astronomische Navigation
Celestial navigation is a term that describes all the procedures for determining the position through the observation of heavenly bodies (sun, moon, planets or selected fixed stars).

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