chart table

chart table

[′chärt ‚tā·bəl]
(engineering)
A flat surface on which charts are spread out, particularly one without storage space below the plotting surface, as in aircraft and VPR (virtual PPI reflectoscope) equipment.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Team Pakistan now has six points on the chart table and can easily make it into the semi-final if they do not lose big in their remaining games.
There is plenty of storage, and a full-sized chart table. The spacious saloon has long hull windows for light, and the table can also be folded down easily to a wide comfortable lounge for when the meals have been finished.
e chart table is constructed from maple with an inlaid compass rose on the slope and feather banding around the sides and drawer-fronts of English walnut.
"Sidney and I are both very familiar with our rivals in the MOD class and they with us, we all have very similar backgrounds so it will be very important to get the weather routing right and to maintain our energy levels." For the first time, weather routing is permitted on the TJV for the two MOD70 crews which means the three hour watches, with a 50 minute crossover each time, will be spent mainly on deck rather than down below at the chart table. "We could get two good hours of sleep at one time if we are lucky but the great thing about weather routing is we will be able to keep track of the boats ahead and have a pretty good idea of what weather is to come," said Gavignet.
Mr Brown said: "We stashed the ticket in the locker under the chart table on board and figured it would be safe there for the journey back - there aren't many pirates in the North Sea.
Richard added: "We stashed the ticket in the locker under the chart table and figured it'd be safe for the journey back - there aren't many pirates in the North Sea."
Mr Newman, of Ulgham, Northumberland, says the building would have to be suitable for maritime training activities and have enough space to keep their heavy equipment, including a 12ft boat, heavy outboard engines, a large chart table, furniture and life jackets.
Friends of Mr MacLean said he told them he had been reading charts and moving between the wheel and the chart table when the incident took place.
The Takapau Community Health Chart table Trust wanted an independent review of the rural health centre services to show how they evolved to address local health care needs.
If a big wave hits the boat you might fly into the galley or the chart table. You want to be able to absorb the blows."
His chart table is a plank attached to a lightweight aluminum-tube walker for the elderly.