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Three 16.2 m KEWATEC Pilot 1620 Vessels For Sale (located in Finland)


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by Riccardo di Stefano - published on 31 May 2021 374

Location: Finland
(Vessels can be inspected)

Price: € 590,000 each
(new price approx. € 1,300,000 each)
Consumption: ca. 4,7l/nm

Pilot boats have been overhauled there and will be sold with a new shipyard guarantee on shipbuilding.

IMCA MISW report is aivalable

If you are intersted, please send an e-mail to: sales@wallaby-boats.de

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