Being a Marine Pilot - Meet Neil Crysler, BC Coast Pilot

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Region: Canada, British Columbia
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Pilotage in general

Found on YouTube. Created by "True calling"

Meet Neil Crysler, a Licenced ship Pilot with the BC Coast Pilots, a company consisting of approximately 105 licensed marine pilots who work with the Pacific Pilotage Authority to keep the British Columbia Coast line safe and healthy. Neil takes pride in his fast paced life as a pilot. His work allows him to be on the water, getting large international tankers safely down our coast line. His work keeps him on his feet, sometimes sending him up the coast at a moment’s notice. Neil has found his True Calling on the waters of BC, where will you find yours?

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