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How Pilots Cross Between Huge Ships In The Sea And The Danger Behind It


published on 1 July 2022 17 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Spark". Originally published on 2022-06-26.
In today's episode, we continued to take a look at the different aspects of Aberdeen Harbor, including the divers, the pilots, as well as others who work in the harbor. Pilots are required to cross between ships in the sea while both ships are still running, while divers continue to work under the sea on the pipeline. In addition, a charity event is happening on Aberdeen's main street.
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Aberdeen Harbor, on the North East coast of Scotland, is one of Britain's oldest businesses and one of Europe's most modern ports. This observational documentary series tells the stories of people who live and work on a waterfront. They are surrounded by the pulsing of international trade and people, cargo, containers, the odd close call, and a surprising amount of humor.
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