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43rd National Pilotage Meeting Brazil


published on 29 August 2019 36 -

This event lies in the past.
30.10.2019 - 01.11.2019
Maceió – Alagoas, Brazil
The National Pilotage Meeting is an event promoted by the Brazilian Maritime Pilots Association (CONAPRA), which brings together a great number of Pilots from the various Brazilian Pilotage areas. At this conference, relevant and high-level technical issues will be discussed. Several leaders from Brazilian Pilotage services, as well as different professionals will participate.
Maceió – Alagoas, Brazil
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