Onyria Palmares takes some mastering
John, from West Kirby, has published East A Half South, named after a magnetic compass course
, after retiring three years ago.
Then Brian said it was time to continue the compass course
. We grabbed our headlights, set them to red (which preserves night vision better than the standard white light, Everett explained), and walked a few minutes down the trail.
Simply steering the compass course
will take you down this line directly to that runway.
But I can see the wheels moving so the pilot, while set on a compass course
, is adjusting to the gusts and lulls.
Seals and dolphins played around the boat as it headed south, going slightly outside the rhumb line (the direct compass course
or line to the finish in Ensenada) to try and avoid kelp and seek fresh wind.
Since Company B's nearest training facility, Joliet Training Area (JTA), lacked a precision compass course
, Company B decided to build one.
Liz wanted to practice her navigation skills and continued following her compass course
beyond the reef structure.
Therefore, Ammarell's distinction between 'Navigation' and 'Piloting' (following the author and his technical Western sources, the former dealing with establishing a ships course via compass or stars only, the latter relying 'on "frequent and continuous reference to landmarks, aids to navigation, and depth soundings"' [p.154]) to me seems too much an 'ethic' approach, as his example of steering a boat following a compass course
only shows [p.120].
Even in our secure and manicured suburbs, lives don't proceed on compass course
If your goals define a closer compass course
to that direction, then you are effectively accomplishing your mission.
Instead of sailing out of Sydney Harbour and setting a compass course
of north-east into the Pacific, their dream was to buy a yacht in the Mediterranean and slowly cruise back to Australia.