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December 2022 edition of The New Zealand Pilot published


published on 3 January 2023 108 -

The latest edition of The New Zealand Pilot has been published.

Contents:


  • The New Zealand Pilot - Editorial
  • The Channel
  • Meet Your Executive - Matt Birdsall
  • The Key Pricinipals of Marine Risk Management
  • A Risky Business
  • Time is not Enough
  • MPX: Beyond the Basics
  • Interislander - A POD of changes
  • Where to next for Auckland
  • 1000 Stanchions Around ...
  • Ports of Call
  • News from Port Ash
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