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INSIGHTS years as a captain. The role I play in various committees sion. In my opinion, the commercial ? eet of vessels less than and groups affects these crewmembers in ways that are dif- 79 feet is way less of a concern than the enormous ? eet of ? cult to imagine. I always try to remember that I am in the recreational vessels less than 79 feet which have not been role I am to represent these men and women as well as the required to meet these recordkeeping requirements.

company. I don’t want to miss anything that will embarrass

ACBL is a member of AWO and its RCP, hence the the company or create a situation that might fail to protect transition to subchapter M oversight probably isn’t a our people. Did I do everything I could today to keep us real burden. But, have there been challenges – even safe? Did I do everything I could to keep us compliant?

for a big operator like your

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