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by Marine-Pilots.com - published on 21 August 2019 93 -

We at Marine-Pilots.com have already researched and entered many interesting articles for our community, so that we already have many things worth reading on our site.

We need your help from the whole community:
If you find interesting articles on LinkedIn or on the internet, please send this link to info@Marine-Pilots.com.

It's even better if you wrote an interesting article yourself or made great photos or video recordings that you would like to make permanently accessible to the large Marine Pilots Community via our web portal. You will always be named as the author of your content!

You can revoke your approval for your content at any time if you feel uncomfortable with Marine-Pilots.com.

For example you will soon find the authentic and emotional experience report of Pilot Capt. Umar about his fall from the pilot ladder into the water on Marine-Pilots.com.

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