His navigational skill coupled with help from the seas and the direction of the wind that night saved over 4,000 lives.
I have no idea how Justin accomplished that navigational marvel.
During World War II, aviation technology grew faster than navigational instruments could keep up.
The five wrecks show that navigational difficulties are increased in war-time.
They're designed so any fool can tell what to do, and the navigational settings are completely automatic.
While this satisfied local pride it led to much geographical and navigational confusion.
If only they would continue to illuminate the atmosphere our navigational difficulties would be enormously reduced.
She seemed to show more interest in the radar screen, the navigational equipment, and the communications system.
(e) Masters were cautioned to hug the coast, as far as navigational facilities admitted, when making coastal passages.
The middle screen presented a magnified view of the navigational globe on the bridge.
1530s, from Middle French navigation (14c.) or directly from Latin navigationem (nominative navigatio) "a sailing, navigation, voyage," noun of action from past participle stem of navigare "to sail, sail over, go by sea, steer a ship," from navis "ship" (see naval) + root of agere "to drive" (see act (n.)).