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    Silicon Sea Leg 47
    From: Millard Kirk
    Date: 1999 Feb 18, 3:18 PM

    1)	CS 96.5
    2)	34d 23.5' S    152d 54.2' E
    3)	152 GMT    17/02/1990
    4)	33d 39.8 S   153d 29.3' E   at 1930 hrs ZT
    	Good Question......  I say yes.  We are off 37 nm from our DR position.
    The question is how much 	should we adjust the course.  The difference in CS
    from our fix to the next waypoint is only 1.7d 	yet we are 37 nm from our
    DR.  The distance to the waypoint (approx. 1000 nm ) which make the 	course
    change seem so small.
    5)	112.7	Still...............
    Learning the Hard Way!!
    Millard Kirk KB8YQO	|  mailto:mkirk@marshall.edu
    116 Lewis Ave	    	|  Homepage- http://webpages.marshall.edu/~mkirk/
    Barboursville, WV		|  A West Virginia Blue Water Sailor
    25504            		|  Phone: (304) 736-6544
    First United Methodist Church, Barboursville, WV
    Homepage  http://www.gbgm-umc.org/bfumcwv/
    6)	98.2
    7)	10. 5 Kts
    8)	34d 49.8 S  154d 53.9 E
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