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Port of Cork
Cork, Ireland

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published on 14 September 2022

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Video Great Lakes Sailing - Welland Canal HD time-lapse

published on 1 September 2020

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Video Look at Life - Icebreakers - Keeping Shipping Routes Open 1966, UK

published on 18 March 2021

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Video Pilot on Board

published on 8 February 2021

Receiving Harbour Pilot before going alongside- Fujairah UAE

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published on 3 February 2023

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Video DJI Mavic 2 Pro - Foyle Leader Pilot Vessel

published on 6 August 2020

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