- Beaufort scale
Conversion between wind speed measurement units including Beaufort numbers, km/h, m/s, mph, fps.

- Compass point between two locations
Given coordinates of two locations in decimal degrees, this calculator displays constant azimuth, distance and compass points for different compass roses.

- Compass Points
The calculator gives name of compass point by direction angle in degrees.

- Compass, magnetic and true course.
Calculates true, magnetic and compass direction(course, bearing) by given direction, magnetic declination and deviation.

- Course angle and the distance between the two points on loxodrome (rhumb line).
Calculation of a distance on loxodrome (rhumb line) and course angle (azimuth) between two points with a given geographical coordinates.

- Course angles and distance between the two point on the orthodrome(great circle)
Calculates the distance between two point of the Earth specified geodesic (geographical) coordinates along the shortest path - the great circle (orthodrome). Calculates the initial and final course angles and azimuth at intermediate points between the two given.

This calculator calculates tidal gates using the rule of twelfths, estimating the height of the tide at any time, given only the time and height of high and low water.

- Distance calculator
- Flag semaphore signals
The calculator converts english phrase to the flag semaphore signal sequence.

- Nautical measurement units
Nautical mile, sea mile, cable

- Points of the compass
This online calculator outputs compass point given direction angle in degrees. Different compass roses (4, 8, 16, 32, 128-wind compass roses) are supported.

- Prospect distance from the ground and line of sight distance between two observers
Calculates the prospect distance from height at observer and line of sight distance between two observers.

- Sunrise and sunset time
This online calculator is intended for sunrise and sunset time calculation for given place and date. The calculator algorithm is obtained from the great book of Oliver Montenbruck and Thomas Pfleger "Astronomy on the Personal Computer".