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Port Podcast: Sailing the Seas: A Conversation with Gary Joyce from Saint John Pilot Boats


published on 25 January 2024 553 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Port Saint John". Originally published on 2024-01-04.
In this episode, we embark on a maritime journey with Gary Joyce, a seasoned professional from Saint John Pilot Boats, part of the Atlantic Pilotage Authority. Gary generously shares his wealth of experience in the industry, offering insights into his fascinating career path and how he found himself navigating the waters of marine piloting.

Join us as we explore the day-to-day life of a Marine Pilot, showcasing the intricacies of their responsibilities and gaining a glimpse into what a typical day in this demanding profession looks like.

Gary provides unique perspectives on the cruise season, sheds light on the pathway to becoming a pilot, and tells us tales from his travels. Tune in for a captivating conversation that delves into the heart of maritime expertise and the adventures that come with sailing the seas.
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