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Editor :Sohrab h.m.k. Haider
Editors note :In changing times the operation , design and build of ships has altered and the needs of the professional mariner must be adapted to meet these modern times. ShipsBusiness.com is merely an informational site about various aspects of ships operation,maintenance procedure, prevention of pollution and many safety guideline. The procedures explained here are only indicative, not exhaustive in nature and one must always be guided by practices of good seamanship. User feedback is important to update our database. For any comment or suggestions please Contact us




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