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Dublin Port People - Robbie Cox - Marine Operative on Pilot Boat


published on 29 August 2020 104

Found on YouTube. Created by "Dublin Port Company".
As part of our Port Perspectives series we have captured the perspective of what is like to work in Dublin Port from some key members of our team. This video features Robert Cox, a Marine Operative at Dublin Port Company. Robbie as he is better known provides an insight into his varied role at the Port from operating Pilot Boat Camac, delivering Pilots safely to vessels, to placing fenders at the quay wall no two days are ever the same! Robbie also captures some amazing images of Dublin Port & Bay which feature regularly on DPC's Social Media.

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