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Safe Passage in The Singapore Strait - Eastbound


published on 11 July 2020 128

Found on YouTube. Created by "Videotel".
Safe Passage in The Singapore Strait is a training package of two videos and an Interactive computer-based learning module produced by the maritime authorities of Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. The aim is to improve safe navigation in the Strait. It is distributed free of charge worldwide. Copyright is with the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (c) 2016.
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