A navigation line is a straight line extending towards an area of navigational interest and generally generated by two navigational aids or one navigational aid and a bearing.
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The extent of the navigation line depends on the visibility of the navigational aid(s). The attribute 'orientation' (ORIENT) specifies the orientation of the navigation line measured from the water towards the navigational aid(s). The recommended track is that portion of a 'navigation line' that a ship should use for navigation.
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Oceanographic Agency(KHOA) of the Republic of Korea for giving active support in the development of the S-100 GI Registry