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Nautik-Training auf der simulierten Brücke


published on 28 October 2020 16 -

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Bremen, 24.10.14: How to navigate a ship properly? How do you enter which port? Future captains, but also experienced pilots train in the "Ship Handling Simulator" at Bremen University of Applied Sciences.
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