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Operation "Icebreaker" in Port of Quebec, Canada


published on 28 February 2020 333 -

Found on YouTube. Created by Port Quebec
Accelerated icebreaking operation of Pier 28 in the Estuary sector, involving Ocean Group's tugs.
Port of Quebec, Canada
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