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An overview of the different spellings for a Marine Pilot


by Marine-Pilots.com - published on 1 December 2019 107 -

An overview of the different spellings for a Marine Pilot:

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“lods”
“loods”
“lots”
“lotse”
“marine pilot”
“maritime pilot”
“master pilot”
“mooring master”
“pilota del porto”
“pilote maritime”
“piloto da barra”
“piloto de barra”
“piloto naval”
“port pilot”
“registerloods”
“river pilot”
“sea pilot”
“seapilot”
“seelotse”
“senior pilot”
“ship pilot”
“statslos”
”first class pilot”
„aspirant pilot“
„channel pilot“
„Practico de Puerto“
„práctico de puerto“
„PRACTICO MARÍTIMO“
„práctico“
„pratico“
"piloti del porto"
"piloto practico"
"vessel pilot"


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René Hartung Lotsenbrüderschaft NOK II Kiel / Lübeck / Flensburg, Germany
on 20 April 2020, 13:14 UTC

I don‘t mean to appear to know-it-all, but „Lotse“ ist written with a capital „L“ at the beginning - I just tumbled over it, because I home-schooled one of my kids today on the grammar of writing nouns with capital letters in the German language. ;o)
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