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Helicoptertransfer from Pilot Station Vessel PROCYON


published on 10 March 2020 304

Found on YouTube. Created by The Rotterdam Pilot
During high wind conditions it is sometimes required to transfer pilots from the Pilot Station Vessels to incoming ships. In this case the NHV Dauphin Helicopter came to collect a pilot an d luggage form the PROCYON at Maascenter pilot station.
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