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KM Cakra Kembar Satu | Sandar | Pelabuhan tanjung emas


published on 17 April 2020 59

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Teman2 berikut video referensi proses sandar di pelabuhan tanjung emas semarang, setiap pelaut/pandu punya trik tersendiri saat melakukan olah gerak kapal, jadi teman2 bisa menjadikan video ini referensi untuk olah gerak kapal, kritik dan saran2 yang membangun saya tunggu di komentar ya teman2...
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