And here’s the rest of this excellent series – how to get position lines from sights of sun, stars, moon and planets…good sailing!

http://youtu.be/wICHhoLaims

http://youtu.be/_lAUjy68WwI

http://youtu.be/X6VokWcuonU

http://youtu.be/HytZfJ0GR8k

http://youtu.be/xrhymIq08fk

http://youtu.be/zeaFHgsDs1I

http://youtu.be/A4IpUGX8wVs

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5 thoughts on “And here’s the rest of this excellent series – how to get position lines from sights of sun, stars, moon and planets…good sailing!

  1. Dear David Barrie,
    I work as the photo editor on a series of history books about World War II published by Bonnier Publications A/S.

    We found this image on you website, and would like to use it in a chapter in one of the books. Can you please get in touch with me via hbv (at) historiebladet.dk?

    Our deadline is Dec. 5, 2014, so if you can respond before then so I can send you a detailed email, we would greatly appreciate it.

    Jasmina Nielsen
    Photo Editor
    Illustreret Videnskab HISTORIE
    http://www.historienet.dk

    Bonnier Publications A/S
    Strandboulevarden 130
    DK-2100 Copenhagen Ø

    1. Hi Jasmina – thanks for getting in touch. The videos you’re interested in don’t belong to me. You’ll need to contact the makers if you want to use them. But if you want to discuss my book – Sextant – or to ask any questions about celestial navigation please ask.

      Best wishes

      David Barrie

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