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9 new marine pilots vacancies added in Dec 2021


published on 15 December 2021 802 -

New Jobs for our membership community

At the end of the year and before Christmas, we were able to find a variety of offers for pilots who would like to change in the coming year.

We frequently search the internet for our members and find job offers for maritime pilots.
In order to use the service for our members here, a free registration and login to Marine-Pilots.com is required.

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Hygin-Damian Jauss Montserrat
on 18 December 2021, 01:37 UTC

Good perspectives....9nly not right now in my area (Eastern Caribbean)
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