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Focus on Pilots: Latest edition of The Nautical Institute magazine "The Navigator"


published on 4 February 2022 287 -

The Navigator - Issue 29 is now available to read for free.

This issue looks at Pilot safety and can be downloaded or read online.

To access the latest issue of The Navigator digitally, click here.

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