After a long time the pelorus got alongside and men quickly fastened the huge buoy to the ship.
These bearings will be secured in the best way by the use of your pelorus.
The center line of the pelorus should also be directly over the keel line of the ship.
He became famous and popular, and was known as "pelorus Jack."
The pelorus was dug out of the mud, and once more got afloat towards the middle of February following.
"The pelorus will send a boat as soon as we've anchored," he told them.
In taking a bearing by pelorus, two facts must be kept in mind.
And maybe you should tell them about the pelorus and the bathyscaphe.
Zircon took sightings with the pelorus, then calculated his readings.
One of the pelorus men tells me it's an immature specimen, too.