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The Master, Mate & Pilot Magazine - Spring 2022 Edition - is online


published on 12 April 2022 380 -

The Spring 2022 edition of our magazine The Master, Mate & Pilot is available online. Click here for the magazine.

The Master, Mate & Pilot is published by the International Organization of Masters, Mates & Pilots (MM&P).
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