Maritime Pilot embarking a Bulk Carrier with a 8,95 freeboard.

published (on YouTube: on 28 June 2020) -
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Region: Bosphorus
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Pilot boarding

Found on YouTube. Created by "salih cok". Recorded on 2020-06-27.

Hardest part of getting on board of a ship is climbing up on a maximum height of pilot ladder as 9m. Vessel on that video is a 27kdwt bulk carrier in ballast condition bound for İstanbul strait northbound passage.

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