# 1 Knot to Kmh

Welcome to 1 knot to kmh, our post about the 1 knot to kilometers per hour conversion. 1 knot essentially stands for 1 nautical mile per hour, used, for instance, to denote wind speed or the velocity of a ship. 1 knot is usually abbreviated as 1 kts, yet you perhaps also come across the SI symbol kn. Right below you can see the result of the conversion:

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In the next section we discuss the math.

## Conversion and Formula

To convert 1 knot to kmh multiply the speed by 1.852.

The formula goes like this: [kmh] = [1] x 1.852.

Thus, the result rounded to 2 decimal places is: 1.85 kmh.

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## 1 Knot to Kilometers per Hour

As you know, 1 knot to kilometers per hour is 1.85 kmh. In other words, 1 nautical mile an hour is equal to 1.85 kilometers per hour.

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## Summary

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