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Radio communication, reporting and embarkation of pilot onboard cargo ship


published on 15 September 2021 0 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "JC Marino TV". Originally published on 2021-09-09.
A glimpse onboard cargo ship on how we do reportings upon entering VTS area and contacting of pilot upon arrival. On this video, the vessel is arriving in port of Bremen, Germany.
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