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A marine pilot embarking a ship in rough seas (Italy)


published on 6 September 2021 1677 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Sean". Originally published on 2021-09-05.
The dangerous job for a marine pilot when embarking a huge vessel that don't and can't wait for you to get on board...

We can all no doubt appreciate the dangerous that some folks are in just to do their respective jobs.
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