The recent death of a pilot working in a US port shows us the inherent life threatening dangers of being a marine pilot. It’s a hands on job, and a false step or an equipment failure at the wrong time can be fatal. Deaths happen seldom, which is a testament to their professionalism. A look at the work of highly skilled master mariners whose work is largely invisible to the public.
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