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ONE EAGLE ULCS coming in to Europoort


published on 1 October 2020 48

Found on YouTube. Created by "The Rotterdam Pilot".
The 366 m long ultra large container ship ONE EAGLE entered Europoort at deep draft , backing into the Amazonehaven. She finally berthed to ECT DDE terminal, before partially discharging her cargo.
Rotterdam, Netherlands
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