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Know your Pilot Ladder in less than eight minutes


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René Hartung Lotsenbrüderschaft NOK II Kiel / Lübeck / Flensburg, Germany
on 25 February 2021, 07:31 UTC

Does anyone else „look forward“ to accidentally loosing their grip to the side ropes after having put your hand out around the tag plate?
I think the side rope is the worst place to place the tag. Very dangerous in my opinion
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