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Offers of used Pilot Boats welcome


by Marine-Pilots.com - published on 8 March 2020 708 -

One of our clients in Europe is looking for a small Pilot Boat (35-36 ft.) to buy.

If you have an offer for our client, please send an email to info@marine-pilots.com.
We will forward it to our potential buyer.

If you do have other Pilot Boats for sale and want them to be promoted by us / (in collaboration with us), please do use the mail address given above.

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Frank Diegel Germany
on 8 March 2020, 19:31 UTC

Hi René, unfortunately, a little bit too big.
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René Hartung Lotsenbrüderschaft NOK II Kiel / Lübeck / Flensburg, Germany
on 8 March 2020, 19:12 UTC

What about those three offered here on the site: https://www.marine-pilots.com/article/14804-Three-16-2-m-KEWATEC-Pilot-1620-Vessels-For-Sale-located-in-Germany
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