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The Pilot Magazine, Issue 331 by UKMPA


by United Kingdom Maritime Pilots Association - published on 14 December 2021 251 -

Published on Dec 7, 2021 by United Kingdom Maritime Pilots' Association

Note from the editor of "The Pilot"
"We are very excited to share our new and rebranded "Pilot Magazine" with you all! Free for all to download.

We would also like to thank Photographer Andrew Sassoli-Walker for the amazing front cover picture of P&O’s Iona

Thanks goes to Captain Robert Camby of the Iona, who has graciously received the first copy featuring his ship on our front cover of the Pilot Magazine alongside our Editor & Vice Chair Chris Hoyle.

We hope you enjoy our new edition and any feedback would be greatly appreciated."



In this Issue:
  • Refreshing BRM
  • UKMPA Review
  • Port Reports
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