Chapter 25

Nathaniel Bowditch (1773-1838), often considered as the father of Modern Navigation, provided the foundation to the duties and responsibilities for a ship navigator in a book titled The American Practical Navigator. You can see his history online at any search engine under the title or name. Required reading for all military and professional mariners that serve as a navigation officer, pilot, or Captain. Chapter 25 comprises only ten pages of very specific, direct to the point processes and tasks involved to control the movement of a ship, manage the bridge team, and deliver error free performance in all your duties. New editions of the book are produced throughout the years since the first

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