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Old 30-01-2013, 11:44   #46
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Re: What ship's time do you keep?

You can get large (12") 24 hour clocks for about $25.00 from MFJ <> look at models 105C or 105D (cases are slightly different). You can get a 24 hour quartz movement and a 6" 24 hour dial from Kockit <> model 34089 to fit into a case you may have. If the 6" dial is the wrong size just copy/scan it and use your computer to shrink or enlarge to fit then print. Klockit makes a cheap plastic wall clock kit #37487 which fits the 24 hour movement and face and comes in red, white, blue or black for around $8.00. I have made some for my grandkids.

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Re: What ship's time do you keep?

we keep ours set to UTC, just in case


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Re: What ship's time do you keep?

Originally Posted by Livia View Post
Like Jackdale, when we left Mexico we kept on Baja time time until we made landfall in the Marquesas.
Ah yes, Baja time. I prefer to stay on Baja time all winter. When it's 2100h this time of year, I always claim that it's "Baja Midnight," regardless of which California I'm in at the time.

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