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Crazy Pilot Boarding when the vessel is rolling heavy


published on 21 December 2019 2680

What a dangerous situation. Never seen that before.

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Thomas Hallatt Bahamas
on 7 January 2021, 09:15 UTC

V/l needs to slow down a bit,then it will be ok
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