Images, Videos and In the News
Historical Navy Ships
Pepilots in action
South Florida Weather isn't Always Clear
Video about Port Everglades Pilots
An 8 minute overview of how the Port Everglades Pilots protect and serve the port, the ships, and the surrounding ecosystem.
Video about Florida Harbor Pilots Moving Ships Safely
Pilot boat outside Port Everglades
Feb 18, 2008
The Port Everglades pilot boat pulling alongside the Grand Princess, and then watching the harbour pilot climb down onto the boat. Viewed from the Promenade deck by a passenger.
The New Port Everglades Pilot boat, "Pilot No 7".
Real time videos of ships moving in Port Everglades
Cunard QUEEN VICTORIA Departs Port Everglades 1-21-2013
NOORDAM Departs Port Everglades 11-16-2012
Take a ride on the Pilot Boat during part of Hurricane Sandy
Port Everglades Pilot Carl Mahler Boarding a Nuclear Submarine
In The News
Professional Mariners features new Port Everglades Baltic Workboats US pilot boat, June 1st 2018
Amazing video of Port Everglades Pilots new Baltic Workboats US wave Piercing Pilot boat in action, December 2017
Port Everglades Pilots take delivery of new 50' Baltic Workboats US wave piercing pilot boat, November 17th 2017
Port Everglades Pilots sign contract for new Baltic Workboats US wave piercing pilot boat, April 21st 2017
The Professional Mariner, June 26, 2012
Florida Harbor Pilots Association Newsletter, September 2011 - Watch-standers ensure smooth sailing at tight Port Everglades
Port Everglades website, August 2011 - Port Everglades Hosts White House Business Council Roundtable
Florida Harbor Pilots Association Newsletter, April 2011 - Port Everglades Pilot Association attended the Broward County Lincoln Day Dinner
Sun Sentinel, August 15, 2010 - Rescuer picked up stranded fishermen off Port Everglades
Sun-Sentinel, June 30, 2010 - Port Everglades takes precautions to prevent oil tanker spills
Soundings Online, Novembr 19, 2008 - Careers on the water
Tug Mates, January 2008 - Busy south Florida port has plenty of work for its two tug operators.
Port Everglades website, September 2004 - Port Everglades Fully Operational After Hurricane Jeanne