Pilot Vessel "DELTA CHARLIE", Rio de la Plata

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Region: Rio de la Plata, Argentina
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Pilot boarding · Pilot Boats

Found on YouTube 04/03/20. created by @ultrabarqueros / Barqueros de Ultramar

Pilot Vessel "DELTA CHARLIE" Arriving at #Recalada #BoardingStation #KM239,1 #PuntaIndioChannel #RioDeLaPlata #Argentina

This video shows the moment when the Pilot Vessel "DELTA CHARLIE" was arriving at #BoardingPoint #Recalada to embark the Rio de la Plata #Pilots.

You can watch the full video by clicking on the following Link: / Puedes ver el video apretando en el siguiente Link: https://youtu.be/dCEQcDkgsj8

Special appreciation to the Master of the unknown Ship, his Officers and the rest of his Crew.
Special thanks to the Skipper of the Pilot Vessel "DELTA CHARLIE" and all Crew.
Special thanks to the Rio de la Plata Pilot, Mr. Matías CAMARERO and Mr. Pablo LEDESMA.

Date: 17th. March 2020.
Time: 16:26 hours (Local Time).

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