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A Maersk pilot out at sea: 360-degree experience


published on 2 September 2022 427 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Maersk". Originally published on 2022-09-01.
How do our pilots board a moving vessel? Get the full experience and look around in the 360-degree environment from arriving to the vessel by boat, climbing the ladder to the side door and finally climbing down again - all while the container vessel is in motion.




#Ocean #Pilot #Experience #Transport #Safety #Vessel #Maersk

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