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What lookout on Cuttyhunk? My chart 13218 (not the practice one) shows a windwill bearing 068 T from the monument. Is the windmill, installed in 1976, is in the same location as the lookout 41 25.10 N 070 56.0W? If not what is the lat and long of the lookout?

If that is the case, the problem is solvable.
 
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Agree with Jack...I don't see how you determine the deviation without a chart and a known range bearing. (my chart also shows a monument and a windmill not a lookout tower)

Edit. I just found my old copy of the practice chart 1210 Tr ( training) .
It indeed lists a lookout tower and not a windmill.
Same place as the windmill?
 
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Mr A - what is the true bearing from the monument to the lookout tower.
 

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Solution

T bearing monument to lookout = 060

V = 15W (from my chart - is training chart different?)

M bearing monument to lookout = 075

D = 075 - 070 = 5 E

C = 300 (ships compass) +130 (relative bearing from pelorus) - 360 = 070

So how many of you have a pelorus on board?
 
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The solution

T = 003

V = 15 W

M = 018

D = 3 W

C = 317 + 064 - 360 = 021
 
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I had to put my reading glasses on..for this
My glasses are an aid to navigation.

Thanks for that. I will edit my post.
 
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and I was wondering do sailors even use charts anymore other than emergencies? and would flying and sailing require a similar skill set?
I use paper charts to do my planning and plotting. I also know how to use electronic charts (I have three different ones on my Windows tablet). I also know how to use radar fix on paper charts.

I may be an exception.

Being able to paper charts is a skill that should be learned before one starts to use the electronics
 
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