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Manuver Mendebarkan, Pengalaman pertama CAPT. Ridwan BJS 1 Sandar kiri Jetty B4


published on 19 November 2021 222 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "ian marcopolo". Recorded on 2021-11-19. Originally published on 2021-11-19.
Assalamualaikum wr.wb.

Salam Manuver.

Manuver kali ini proses Penyandaran Kapal semen curah MV. BJS 1 Di Jetty B4, Sandar kiri dengan Haluan kapal menghadap ke Daratan & Pengalaman pertama Capt. Ridwan Dalam penyandaran nya, Pastinya mendebarkan karena di depan kapal ada kapal cargo sandar dan arus kuat dari kiri kapal.

Tetap focus & kerjasama team yg bagus sehingga penyandaran dapat berjalan dengan lancar.

Mari simak video sampai selesai & SUPPORT terus channel ini agar semakin berkembang.

MANUVER & ENJOY
Indonesia
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