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2005
Volume 4, Number 2
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The Longest Passage [5:51]
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When a Maryland Bay pilot brings a big ship up the Chesapeake Bay to Baltimore, he (or she) is making the longest single-pilot passage in America. When Captain Randy Bourgeois boards his ship, he is 8 miles from shore, 150 miles from Baltimore.

His job: guide a deep draft ship through a long, shallow estuary. And do it without incident, accident or environmental catastrophe.

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Northern Passage [1:47]
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From Baltimore to the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal is a short, tricky run: 40 miles with narrow channels and oncoming ship traffic.



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