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Port of Hay Point - Marine Pilotage


published on 26 September 2020 49 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "North Queensland Bulk Ports Corporation".
NQBP is proudly committed to safe shipping - watch as our Marine Pilot, Captain Luke Sorensen explains how he safely manoeuvres a vessel from the PortofHayPoint.

Fact: In 2015-16, 1133 vessels were handled at this NQBP port.
Hay Point Queensland Australia
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