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Baltic Workboats' PILOT 15 WP has won a Small Pilot Boat Award for 2019


by Marine-Pilots.com - published on 29 January 2020 634 -

Baltic Workboats have won under the category of "Best Small Pilot Boat" the Best builder of a Small Pilot Boat Award for 2019 for their model PILOT 15 WP.

Work Boat World Best Builder of a Small Pilot Boat Award 2019 was assigned to Pilot 15 WP model after evaluation of the boat named Pilot 61 operated by Szczecin Pilot, a Polish harbour pilots’ association.

The 2019 Work Boat World Best awards is hosted by Baird Maritime.
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