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M/T TOWER BRIDGE inbound to Europoort


published on 20 July 2020 166 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "The Rotterdam Pilot".
The 186 m long M/T TOWER BRIDGE is inbound to Oil harbour 4, Shell 101 berth. We were assisted by two Boluda tugs, REBEL and HUDSON and the Rotterdam Boatmen.
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