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Port of Palm Beach: Cruise Ship Arrival from the Pilot's Perspective!


published on 6 May 2024 483 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "The Tyler Show". Originally published on 2024-04-19.
In this video, watch a cruise ship arrival from the pilot's perspective with Capt. Dane of the Palm Beach Harbor Pilots Association on a windy Sunday morning as he brings in a cruise ship into the Port of Palm Beach, the Margaritaville at Sea Paradise. This is the biggest and only cruise ship currently sailing out of the Port of Palm Beach.

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Notes: This video series is made entirely possible and is in collaboration with Florida Harbor Pilots Association. The FHPA represents the interests of Florida’s nearly 100 professional harbor pilots around the state, advocating on their behalf regarding various state and federal issues that impact them. https://floridapilots.com/

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