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New Pilot Boat for Finnpilot Pilotage: "Bon Voyage PILOT L247"


published on 8 October 2020 558

Found on YouTube. Created by "Kewatec".
Saying goodbye to our new built vessels are never easy. This pilot boat is the 16th delivered to Finnpilot Pilotage by Kewatec AluBoat.
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