Nautical Miles to Chains

Bookmark Page Chains to Nautical Miles (Swap Units)


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ch =
nmi * 92.062
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International Nautical Miles Chains
0nmi 0.00ch
1nmi 92.06ch
2nmi 184.12ch
3nmi 276.19ch
4nmi 368.25ch
5nmi 460.31ch
6nmi 552.37ch
7nmi 644.44ch
8nmi 736.50ch
9nmi 828.56ch
10nmi 920.62ch
11nmi 1012.68ch
12nmi 1104.75ch
13nmi 1196.81ch
14nmi 1288.87ch
15nmi 1380.93ch
16nmi 1472.99ch
17nmi 1565.06ch
18nmi 1657.12ch
19nmi 1749.18ch
International Nautical Miles Chains
20nmi 1841.24ch
21nmi 1933.31ch
22nmi 2025.37ch
23nmi 2117.43ch
24nmi 2209.49ch
25nmi 2301.55ch
26nmi 2393.62ch
27nmi 2485.68ch
28nmi 2577.74ch
29nmi 2669.80ch
30nmi 2761.87ch
31nmi 2853.93ch
32nmi 2945.99ch
33nmi 3038.05ch
34nmi 3130.11ch
35nmi 3222.18ch
36nmi 3314.24ch
37nmi 3406.30ch
38nmi 3498.36ch
39nmi 3590.42ch
International Nautical Miles Chains
40nmi 3682.49ch
41nmi 3774.55ch
42nmi 3866.61ch
43nmi 3958.67ch
44nmi 4050.74ch
45nmi 4142.80ch
46nmi 4234.86ch
47nmi 4326.92ch
48nmi 4418.98ch
49nmi 4511.05ch
50nmi 4603.11ch
51nmi 4695.17ch
52nmi 4787.23ch
53nmi 4879.30ch
54nmi 4971.36ch
55nmi 5063.42ch
56nmi 5155.48ch
57nmi 5247.54ch
58nmi 5339.61ch
59nmi 5431.67ch
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International Nautical Miles

A unit of length used in marine navigation that is equal to a minute of arc of a great circle on a sphere. One international nautical mile is equivalent to 1,852 meters or 1.151 statue miles. Please not that this is different to a UK Nautical mile.

ch =
nmi * 92.062


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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