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published on 25 February 2022 484 -

Kamsar, Guinea

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published on 1 October 2020

GREAT REPUBLIC - Downbound From Lake Huron On The St. Clair River Passing Under The International Blue Water Bridges At Port Huron, Michigan.

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Video Look at Life - Report on a River - The River Thames - 1963

published on 18 March 2021

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Article China: 200 pilots have been quarantined

published on 3 January 2022

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Video CBNC: Egypt's Suez Canal could take weeks to clear

published on 25 March 2021

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Video Threefer, three deliveries in a row. 25 mph winds made for a choppy river.

published on 2 January 2021

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Some parts are sped up to fit 60 seconds.

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Video "The Port Pilot" by Richard Blanco - Read by Tom Wilson

published on 30 April 2020

The Port Pilot, by Richard Blanco. In _Looking for The Gulf Motel_, 2012, University of Pittsburgh Press.

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published on 31 December 2020

CMA CGM Columbia container ship arriving from Shekou port, and transiting thru Hong Kong, destination Singapore
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Video Pilot Boat Apollo, Netherlands

published on 21 December 2021

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Article Roberta Coppa (Fedepiloti): "There are still too many gender prejudices in our world".

by ShipMag.it - published on 9 March 2021

Roberta Cotta and Teresa Matarese are the only two women in the Italian Federation of Harbour Pilots (Fedepiloti) team of 212 professionals.

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