nautical chart

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nautical chart

[′nȯd·ə·kəl ′chärt]
(navigation)
A graphic representation on a plane surface of a section of the earth's sea surface constructed to include known dangers and aids to navigation. Also known as marine chart.
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The atlas, attributed to 16thcentury mapmaker Bartolome Oliva, and measuring 33 by 23 centimeters, contains 14 colored nautical maps of Asia and Europe.
Pope Francis gifted President Maithripala Sirisena with a copy of the Nautical Atlas attributed to Bartolome Oliva, drawn in 1562, which has 14 Nautical Maps in colour of Asia and Europe, including a very clear map of Sri Lanka at that time.
Schettino has denied the charges and claims the rock was not on nautical maps.
While Hong Kong designer Andre Fu uses vintage nautical maps and commissioned contemporary art to celebrate the heritage and modernity of the island nation, it is in the 17-metre lobby that his work is most effective.
Schettino, who has commanded the vessel since it was built in 2006, denies he is to blame for the maritime disaster, claiming nautical maps did not show the underwater rocks.
The Sea Chart: An Illustrated History of Nautical Maps and Navigational Charts.
The public areas are steeped in the cityOs history with Fu using vintage nautical maps and local artists to create an atmosphere that reflects the cultural melting pot that is Singapore.
The sea chart; the illustrated history of nautical maps and navigational charts.
Edson seems justified to challenge the distinctions drawn among typologies of mapping, like nautical maps and world maps, but her examination of the so-called "transitional maps" that drew from nautical charts provides little context for the meanings world maps and global totality enjoyed among different audiences.
His collection will also include nautical maps and charts.
The Croscill-branded Ivory Coast invokes a seafarer's sensibilities, with nautical maps impressed upon bath accessories that combine wood, woven wicker panels and stoneware in rich-brown tea-stained tones.
Remaining businesses of parent group Charente include ownership of three ships, a ship's brokers operation and distribution of nautical maps and navigational equipment.