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SABOT. Standardized Auxiliary Boat Operations Training Ninth District - Eastern Region COMO. Lew Wargo, Sr. DSO-OP/CQEC 15 April 2014 PILOTING & NAVIGATION. SABOT. PILOTING & NAVIGATION. PILOTING.

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Sabot
SABOT

Standardized Auxiliary Boat Operations Training

Ninth District - Eastern Region

COMO. Lew Wargo, Sr.

DSO-OP/CQEC

15 April 2014

PILOTING & NAVIGATION


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SABOT

PILOTING &

NAVIGATION


Piloting
PILOTING

  • This exercise may easily be combined with the exercise for plotting and running search patterns.


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PILOTING

  • This is an exercise for the member’s skill in the use of their GPS-Chart Plotters. With NOAA discontinuing the distribution of charts for sale it would benefit our members to sharpen their electronic navigation skills. NOAA small boat charts are available on-line. This breaks a standard size chart into approximately 16 (8 ½ X 11) pages.


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PILOTING

  • The NOAA WEB site for these free (in-color) chart-lets is:

  • http://www.nauticalcharts.noaa.gov/staff/BookletChart.html


Terminal performance objective
TERMINAL PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE

Given a predetermined navigation exercise,

enter a course on your GPS ashore and

then pilot a vessel to the destination the using

the following:

Seaman’s Eye GPS/DGPS

Chart Plotter RADAR

Dead Reckoning (DR)


References
REFERENCES

  • Boat Crew Seamanship Manual

  • Auxiliary Boat Crew Qualification Guide

  • SABOT Job Aid (Section “E”)

  • GPS/Chat Plotter Instruction Manual for the unit being used.


Standards
STANDARDS

  • Ashore all course WPTS are entered into GPS and ETA to each WPT is accurately computed within 1 minute.

  • All turns made within 100 yards of WPTS

  • Leg runs accurate within 60 seconds.

  • Destination arrival within 5 minutes of ETA

  • Arrival accurate within 100 yards


Enabling objectives
ENABLING OBJECTIVES

A. Compute ETA for each (WPT) and (CSP).

B. Identify all landmarks used to steer.

  • Energize all available electronic navigation equipment onboard.


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ENABLING OBJECTIVES

D. Demonstrate tuning and setting

appropriate range scale on RADAR if

equipped.

E. Demonstrate entering all WPTs into GPS.

F. Demonstrate setting appropriate range scale on GPS chart plotter.


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PILOTING

G. Demonstrate getting vessel away from the

pier and starting on the proper course.

H. Pilot vessel to first WPT using all available

equipment and techniques.

I. Turn vessel to correct course upon reaching

first WPT.


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ENABLING OBJECTIVES

J. Predict ETA to next WPT with course and

correct speed to make good to second position.

K. Pilot vessel to subsequent WPTS and make

good on ETA.


Enabling objectives3
ENABLING OBJECTIVES

L. Demonstrate ability to arrive and station keep

at the final destination (CSP) and verify

position using all available equipment and

within established parameters.

M. Conduct “Debrief” on the mission.


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