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Pilot gets off cruise ship after piloting Carnival Dream out of the harbor at Freeport Bahamas


published on 7 December 2022 79 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Cruising to Lose Weight". Originally published on 2022-12-07.
Watch as a pilot boat approaches and picks up the pilot after escorting the carnival dream from the harbor in Freeport Bahamas
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