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Insight into the work of the Italian pilots in Venice


published on 8 May 2021 156 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Nick the Sailor Man". Originally published on 2021-05-07.
After crossing the Atlantic Ocean and entered in the Mediterranean sea it is time to call at Chioggia Italy in order to discharge our cargo.
In this episode you will see the interaction that I have with the Marine Pilot and how we navigate the ship in these waters.
Pilots are mandatory for our vessels and in every port that we call one or two come on board in order to provide us their guidance with their knowledge of the local water,winds, traffic, etc.
Enjoy!


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