Tugboat Captain Works To Expose Baltimore City Youth To The Maritime Industry

published (on YouTube: on 9 September 2020) -
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Found on YouTube. Created by "WJZ".

In the Inner Harbor, a tugboat captain is teaching Baltimore's inner-city youth about the maritime industry.

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