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Video of Training - Arrangements of embarkation and disembarkation of Practical


published on 6 September 2020 138 -

Summary: Important lessons, that they can assist the Practical one, in the best possible way, in the transfer operations.

Found on YouTube. Created by "Praticagem do Brasil".

This video was elaborated by the National Council of Praticagem with the objective of reminding to the masters and sailors, some important lessons, so that they can assist the Practical one, in the best possible way, in the transfer operations.

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