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Podcast: Marine pilot support staff help make it all happen


published on 17 March 2022 5 -

Podcast by "Ship Report"

Alongside those accomplished professionals works a cadre of skilled support professionals – from boat operators to deckhands to helicopter pilots and winch operators, to dispatchers and office staff. These folks together make this amazing matitime work possible on the river every day.
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