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MVD Harbour Pilots Society signed for two Interceptor 48 pilots by Safehaven


published on 26 March 2021 293 -

Safehaven Marine just announced that the ‘MVD Harbour Pilots Society’ who operate pilotage in the River Plate Estuar, Montevideo for two self-righting all weather Interceptor 48 pilots.

The order followed the successful delivery of one Safehaven´s Pilot 48’s to their compatriots the ‘River Plate pilots’ built late last year. The two new pilot boats will be delivered in early 2022.

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