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"SAFE Passage" Journal by Australasian Marine Pilots Institute


by Frank Diegel - published on 10 March 2021 150 -

AMPI is the professional body representing marine pilots throughout Australasia. It assists in the setting of standards, safety management and provides support and guidance with ongoing professional development.

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