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Maritime Education #5: Pilotage Operations on General Cargo ship


published on 17 February 2023 14 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Jomar Salvador Casaus". Originally published on 2023-02-17.
Maritime Education #5: Pilotage operations in General Cargo ship

An insight to points of attention during Embarkation and disembarkation of Pilots.

This video will be dedicated to my future Maritime students who will be joining General Cargo ships, this is what we normally do here, and this is for your virtual guide.

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