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Meet Capt. Trevor Bozina, Puget Sound Pilots


published on 8 July 2024 229 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "King County Maritime". Originally published on 2024-06-27.
The Puget Sound Pilots’ mission is to ensure against the loss of lives, loss of or damage to property and vessels, and to protect the marine environment by maintaining efficient and competent pilotage service on our State’s inland waters within the Puget Sound Pilotage District.

The members of the Pilots are highly skilled, specially trained vessel captains who board oil tankers, cargo vessels and cruise ships to guide them safely through Puget Sound waters. The pilots are independent professionals who work on behalf of the citizens of Washington State.

Their expertise and commitment to excellence has produced an unparalleled safety record of more than 200,000 sailings over the last 25 years without a major incident.

To learn more about the Puget Sound Pilots, please visit https://www.pspilots.org/.

Meet Capt. Trevor Bozina, Puget Sound Pilots. Capt. Trevor talks about the role of the Pilots, his career path, and, his passion for the maritime industry.

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