Nautical Leagues to Chains

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ch =
nl * 276.19
 
 
 
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Nautical Leagues Chains
0nl 0.00ch
1nl 276.19ch
2nl 552.37ch
3nl 828.56ch
4nl 1104.75ch
5nl 1380.93ch
6nl 1657.12ch
7nl 1933.31ch
8nl 2209.49ch
9nl 2485.68ch
10nl 2761.87ch
11nl 3038.05ch
12nl 3314.24ch
13nl 3590.42ch
14nl 3866.61ch
15nl 4142.80ch
16nl 4418.98ch
17nl 4695.17ch
18nl 4971.36ch
19nl 5247.54ch
Nautical Leagues Chains
20nl 5523.73ch
21nl 5799.92ch
22nl 6076.10ch
23nl 6352.29ch
24nl 6628.48ch
25nl 6904.66ch
26nl 7180.85ch
27nl 7457.04ch
28nl 7733.22ch
29nl 8009.41ch
30nl 8285.60ch
31nl 8561.78ch
32nl 8837.97ch
33nl 9114.16ch
34nl 9390.34ch
35nl 9666.53ch
36nl 9942.71ch
37nl 10218.90ch
38nl 10495.09ch
39nl 10771.27ch
Nautical Leagues Chains
40nl 11047.46ch
41nl 11323.65ch
42nl 11599.83ch
43nl 11876.02ch
44nl 12152.21ch
45nl 12428.39ch
46nl 12704.58ch
47nl 12980.77ch
48nl 13256.95ch
49nl 13533.14ch
50nl 13809.33ch
51nl 14085.51ch
52nl 14361.70ch
53nl 14637.89ch
54nl 14914.07ch
55nl 15190.26ch
56nl 15466.44ch
57nl 15742.63ch
58nl 16018.82ch
59nl 16295.00ch
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Nautical Leagues

A nautical league was 6,080 yards - or three nautical miles (each league being 6,080 feet). Note that there also US Leagues, UK Leagues and UK Nautical Leagues which all differ.

ch =
nl * 276.19
 
 
 

Chains

Unit of length equal to 66 feet, used especially in the U.S. public land surveys. The original measuring instrument (Gunter's chain) was literally a chain consisting of 100 iron links, each 7.92 inches long. Steel-ribbon tapes began to supersede chains around 1900, but surveying tapes are often still called "chains" and measuring with a tape is often called "chaining". The chain is a convenient unit in cadastral surveys because 10 square chains equal 1 acre.

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