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TasPorts | Marine Pilots and Marine Operatives


published on 15 November 2020 339 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Tasmanian Ports Corporation".
Have you ever wanted to watch a marine pilot in action?

Last night, TasPorts was delighted to offer up for auction a pilot boat experience to support Cancer Council Tasmania's 25th Anniversary Gala in Launceston.

A second experience will be offered at the Cancer Council Tasmania Gala in Hobart next month.

Both events raise funds to support Tasmanians dealing with cancer through advocacy, prevention, support and research.

This video was filmed in 2018 (pre-COVID), was broadcast at last night’s event to highlight the work of TasPorts’ pilots and marine operatives.
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