UK Nautical Leagues to Chains

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UK nl * 276.36
 
 
 
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UK Nautical Leagues Chains
0UK nl 0.00ch
1UK nl 276.36ch
2UK nl 552.73ch
3UK nl 829.09ch
4UK nl 1105.45ch
5UK nl 1381.82ch
6UK nl 1658.18ch
7UK nl 1934.54ch
8UK nl 2210.90ch
9UK nl 2487.27ch
10UK nl 2763.63ch
11UK nl 3039.99ch
12UK nl 3316.36ch
13UK nl 3592.72ch
14UK nl 3869.08ch
15UK nl 4145.45ch
16UK nl 4421.81ch
17UK nl 4698.17ch
18UK nl 4974.54ch
19UK nl 5250.90ch
UK Nautical Leagues Chains
20UK nl 5527.26ch
21UK nl 5803.62ch
22UK nl 6079.99ch
23UK nl 6356.35ch
24UK nl 6632.71ch
25UK nl 6909.08ch
26UK nl 7185.44ch
27UK nl 7461.80ch
28UK nl 7738.17ch
29UK nl 8014.53ch
30UK nl 8290.89ch
31UK nl 8567.26ch
32UK nl 8843.62ch
33UK nl 9119.98ch
34UK nl 9396.34ch
35UK nl 9672.71ch
36UK nl 9949.07ch
37UK nl 10225.43ch
38UK nl 10501.80ch
39UK nl 10778.16ch
UK Nautical Leagues Chains
40UK nl 11054.52ch
41UK nl 11330.89ch
42UK nl 11607.25ch
43UK nl 11883.61ch
44UK nl 12159.98ch
45UK nl 12436.34ch
46UK nl 12712.70ch
47UK nl 12989.06ch
48UK nl 13265.43ch
49UK nl 13541.79ch
50UK nl 13818.15ch
51UK nl 14094.52ch
52UK nl 14370.88ch
53UK nl 14647.24ch
54UK nl 14923.61ch
55UK nl 15199.97ch
56UK nl 15476.33ch
57UK nl 15752.70ch
58UK nl 16029.06ch
59UK nl 16305.42ch
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UK Nautical Leagues

Note that UK leagues differ from Nautical Leagues, UK Leagues and US Leagues.

ch =
UK nl * 276.36
 
 
 

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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