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The #MariTeam of the Port of Rotterdam #1: Harbour Coordination Centre and Dutch Pilotage


published on 26 January 2021 121 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Port of Rotterdam". Originally published on 2019-08-23.
In the first episode of the 3-part series 'The Rotterdam Harbour MariTeam', Portvloggers Steven and Leida take you to the Harbour Coordination Centre and sail with the Dutch Pilotage. How important is teamwork in their work?

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