Where on your boat would you find a “lubber’s line?”
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Scott Neilsen is the winner of last week’s Mindbender with this correct answer to the question: What does the mnemonic phrase “True Virgins Make Dull Company (Add Whiskey)” remind you about navigation?
It is a mnemonic when correcting from true heading to compass heading or from compass to true.
True – represents true course.
Virgins – represents variation.
Make – represents magnetic.
Dull – represents deviation.
Company – represents compass course.
(Add Whiskey)- represents add west variation.