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Old 15-05-2015, 21:55   #91
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Re: USCG Exam Question: Apparent Wind

Originally Posted by OldFrog75 View Post
But the test results say #1 is incorrect, therefore the USCG is defining beam as relative to True wind.
No, the incorrect bit about #1 was that the amount was "just under 25 knots", not that "the true wind is a little abaft your beam" .


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