Photographer Michela Canalis becomes Partner of Marine-Pilots.com

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Photographer Michela Canalis becomes Partner of Marine-Pilots.com
Announcement from www.Marine-Pilots.com:

We are delighted to be working with a great maritime photographer that many here at LinkedIn know. Michela Canalis (Italy - LinkedIn profile) is now a partner of Marine-Pilots.com and supports us with great photos from her work, mostly from Genoa.

A very warm welcome to you Michela and enjoy our great pilot community!

We will write and show more about your work in the future.

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