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Safehaven Marine Interceptor 48 pilot boat for the Gdynia Pilots in Poland


published on 6 July 2020 925 -

Video by Safehaven Marine / Frank Kowalski

Here’s a cool video of the latest Interceptor 48 pilot boat we’ve launched for the Gdynia Pilots in Poland. We captured some nice alongside ship footage during the sea trials and had a chance to test out our new drone ‘catch net’ on Thunder Child.
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