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AMPI Conference in Port Moresby


published on 8 July 2024 239 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "EMTV Online". Originally published on 2024-06-27.
Australasian Marine Pilots Institute or AMPI held its first ever regional conference outside of Australia in Port Moresby.
The conference opened on Monday night and it continued today and tomorrow with discussions on regulation, pilotage in PNG, training, towage, transfers and technology.
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