NAUT MI

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The Oslo agreements provided for a 20 nautical mile fishing .
But he hoped that once the trade winds were in his favour he could be making up to 70 nautical miles a day.
Also on March 29, the AMTI saw a Philippine Navy ship, likely either BRP Benguet or BRP Laguna, about 1 nautical mile to the east of Panata Island, within sight of two Chinese trawlers.
So, at several stages since its first use authorities have set a compromise length for the nautical mile. The latest change, In 1929, converted the measurement from exactly 6,080 feet to being based on the metric system.
As most competitors embraced the change of start dates last year, the Pittwater to Coffs Harbour race, a 224 nautical mile ocean race, will start on the January 2, 2001.
He said that the case was reported at 1:7 PM when the boat broke down one nautical mile and half east Amwaj islands.
Head of the Gazan fishermen union Zakariya Bakr told Ma'an news agency that the Israeli naval boats opened machine gun fire at fishing boats while they were sailing three nautical miles into the sea, inside the boundaries of the six nautical mile limit set by Israel.
Wreckage of a vessel has been spotted six nautical miles from the site where a Taiwanese fishing boat went missing in Pacific Ocean waters over the weekend, the Fisheries Agency (FA) confirmed Friday (August 23).
Haris Fadzillah said the spot where the body was found was about 18 nautical miles from where their kayak was discovered yesterday and 100 nautical miles from where they were last seen in their kayak on Thursday.
The Paradip Port is situated 210 nautical miles south of Kolkata and 260 nautical miles north of Visakhapatnam on the east coast of India.
Chinese oceanographic survey ship 'Zhanjian' was operating 80 nautical miles off the east coast of the Philippines.
Fisherman Amjad al-Shirafi is preparing his boat at the Gaza seaport - Photo from UNRWA website GAZA CITY - 9 July 2019: Israeli occupation forces (IOF) continue to impose a stifling maritime siege on the Gaza Strip that is hampering Palestinian maritime activities, particularly for Palestinian fishermen whose fishing activities are limited to an area between three to six nautical miles off the coast of the Gaza Strip, depending on Israeli authorities' alternating decisions, according to a report by Al Mezan Center for Human Rights.