Marine Pilot Planner: The Harbour Pilot Notebook

Marine Pilot Planner: The Harbour Pilot Notebook
March 12, 2020
by Pamela S. Gomez (Author)


The Harbour Pilot Notebook To Record Daily Activities of Ship Arrival Departures and Crew Assignments Small Pocket Size 52 Weeks & Note Space - Paperback
For the active harbour pilot to record daily activities as assignment require quick notes while on the go.

Product details
Paperback: 105 pages
Publisher: Independently published (March 12, 2020)
Language: English
ISBN-13: 979-8619144321
ASIN: B086B9X6CS
Product Dimensions: 5 x 0.3 x 8 inches
Shipping Weight: 6.1 ounces
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