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Piloting The  Navigation Piloting  must  be  done  on  a  chart.  You  must  construct  a  plot  based  upon Team accurate  navigational  observations  of  charted  features.  These observations  of  charted  features  include: bearings   to   visible   objects distances   to   objects depth   sounding To  effectively  navigate  in  confined  waters,  a  team  of  personnel  must assist  the  navigator.  The  navigation  team  composition  is  as  follows: Position Responsibilities Navigator All  navigation  functions. Assistant  navigator Supervises  navigation  team,  assists  the  navigator. Plotter Plots  bearing  on  the  chart,  DRs,  calculates  set and drift. Bearing  takers Takes  bearings  on  objects  as  directed  by  the bearing  recorder. Bearing  recorder Relays  bearing  to  the  plotter,  records  bearings, provides  all  stations  with  marks. Fathometer operator Reports  depth  of  the  water  on  each  mark. CIC  phone  talker Provides  the  bridge  with  navigation  data  from CIC as requested. The  Navigation In  all  cases,  a  ship  needs  a  plan  of  action  prior  to  getting  under  way  or Brief entering  port.  This  plan,  called  the  Navigation  Brief,  is  a  detailed description  of  all  aspects  of  the  ship’s  actions  while  in  piloting  waters. Information  concerning  the  ship’s  track,  navigation  aids  to  be  used,  tide and  current  data,  emergency  anchorages,  and  other  data  are  all  contained in  the  Navigation  Brief. The  actual  construction  of  the  Navigation  Brief  will  be  covered  in  detail in  chapter  12. 8-19

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