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Baltic Workboats signs pilot boat contract with Laurentian Pilotage Authority


published on 22 June 2022 92 -

Baltic Workboats is delighted to announce that they have signed a contract with Laurentian Pilotage Authority for delivery of the PILOT 17 WP pilot boat.

The vessel will be based on a 17-meter wave-piercing pilot boat design delivered to Poland at the end of 2020. PILOT 17 WP is a highly capable and ergonomic vessel with ice-going capability and top speeds over 25 knots. The vessel also features IMO III exhaust system to reduce NOx emissions. The PILOT 17 WP is scheduled for delivery in the first half of 2023.
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