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Retired Houston channelpilot Lou Vest: "My Maritime Story"


published on 3 November 2020 168 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Houston Maritime Education Center and Museum".
Ships don't exactly have brakes. Lou Vest, a retired Houston ship channel pilot tells us about a close encounter between a ship and a barge.

https://houstonmaritime.org
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