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New 17m Pilot Boat - A. H. Wadia Boat Builders, India


published on 8 November 2020 113

Found on YouTube. Created by "Hitesh Wadia".
Twin Screw 350 HP Engines achieving top speed of 15 Knots.
Excellent maneuverability and stability.
Effortlessly performing Pilot operations at sea.

www.ahwadiaboat.com
India
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