deck log

deck log

[′dek ‚läg]
(navigation)
A record of significant navigational data and events of a ship's voyage written (usually by the quartermaster) in chronological order.
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Some commands have logged the temperatures in the Ship's Deck Log.
These include a wage book and deck log recording the stranding from the Harrison Line Archive, which is held at the museum.
Other artefacts on show from SS Politican will include a wage book and deck log recording the stranding from the Harrison Line Archive.
Bringing the deck log up to date with positions and resetting the barometer, taking hourly readings thereafter.
Look through the computerized Deck Log and read the biographies of your shipmates past and present.
A deck log from a ship that searched for bodies after the Titanic sank sold for more than EUR100,000 (pounds 50,000) during a New York auction of memorabilia from the doomed liner.
Neither did the officer of the deck; the boiler condition wasn't noted in the Deck Log.
It's a race against time -- we're working with a copy of the ship's deck log containing more than 2,000 plus names to reach all interested parties -- that's equivalent to the weight of a ream and a half of copy paper," estimates Louis Perez.
9) Another basic source for the Albatross's operations is the ship's deck log, 1 Jan.
4) Every discharge of oil or oily water from the ship shall be logged in the Deck Log.
Additionally, the temperature data is required to be recorded in the ship's smooth deck log for permanent record.
The IOM reviewed a wide range of data sources including peer-reviewed literature, exposure and transport modeling, interviews with veterans, ship deck logs and other government documents.