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The wheelhouse in the navy is the compartment of a ship from which navigation is carried out under the orders of the officer of the watch and from which the commanding officer or a designated assistant directs the maneuvers of Fitting, docking, anchoring, towing or refueling at sea.
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The wheelhouse in the navy is the compartment of a ship from which navigation is carried out under the orders of the officer of the watch and from which the commanding officer or a designated assistant directs the maneuvers of Fitting, docking, anchoring, towing or refueling at sea.
We find all that concerning the clocks, deck watches, and marine chronometers for the navigation.
The helmsman is at the wheel , this rudder, fixed on his station and watching the log and compass, the navigator is on the chart table with the sextant, the octant and his box of compasses, rules and instruments. In the card furniture we find certain instruments like the circle of borda or hydrographic, theodolite.
On the shelf behind the commander, the weather man monitors the barometer, and the barograph with his anemometer in hand he will take the wind speed. The engineer man changes the speed of the ship on order, with the ships telegraph Chadburn.
On the ailerons the various watchmen watch the sea with their large binoculars telescope and long view.
In the open sea one sees the periscope of a submarine.

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  • Clocks

    ClocksShips clocks and Marine Chronometer.

    Deck Watch.

    Originally, Marine chronometer, and deck watches were intended to be used on ships to determine longitude according to the principles of celestial navigation. Until 1754, the position of an ocean-going vessel could not be known with the latter being estimated from the last known position, that is to say from the last known earth. Mariners could determine their latitude accurately. In order to be able to determine the longitude, it is necessary to have a reliable, stable and precise time measuring device.

    The ship's clock, is located in the ship's major stations, such as the gateway, radio pc or engine room.

  • Navigation

    Find here our ships binnacle compass, sextants, octants, ships log, compass boxes, rulers, circles of Borda, theodolites, barographs, barometers, anemometers and other marine instruments.

  • Ship's wheel

    A ship's wheel or boat's wheel is a device used aboard a water vessel to change that vessel's course. Together with the rest of the steering mechanism, it forms part of the helm. It is connected to a mechanical, electric servo, or hydraulic system which alters the vertical angle of the vessel's rudder relative to its hull. In some modern ships the wheel is replaced with a simple toggle that remotely controls an electro-mechanical or electro-hydraulic drive for the rudder, with a rudder position indicator presenting feedback to the helmsman.

  • Optic

    The opticals on a ship are the large binoculars tripod, binoculars , telescopes and periscopes

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