Maritime Reporter @ 75: The Daily Cartoon

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Today Maritime Reporter heads a group of four print and 10 websites serving the global maritime, offshore and subsea sector. Pictured here is one of the historical, maritime-themed cartoons from the Maritime Reporter archives.

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