It furnishes most of the lubber of India, Sumatra and Java.
that when the compass is placed in the binnacle the line joining the pivot and the lubber's point be parallel to the keel of the vessel.
Thus, when a degree on the card is observed opposite the lubber's point, the angle between the directior.
lubber line on the body of the compass.
On the inside of every compass bowl a vertical black line is drawn, called the "lubber's point," and it is imperative FIG.
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