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Maiden voyage of HMM Algeciras #4-Ningbo-navigating


published on 10 June 2020 165

View from the Bridge as the pilot navigates our 24,000 TEU vessel through the busy shipping channel safely to its berth. HMM thanks all the Pilots, Tug-Masters and Berthing Gangs for their important role in the safe passage of our fleet.
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