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The ‘three Ls of navigation’, much favoured by seamen less versed in the intricacies of mathematical navigation, provided a rough and ready means of ensuring the safety of the ship by observation. They were usually regarded as lead, latitude, and lookout, although some seamen would substitute log for latitude.

Mike Richey

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