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Pilot boat CORUÑA PILOTS 8


published on 16 December 2020 165 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "jorodmon". Recorded on 2020-12-14.
New pilot boat CORUÑA PILOTS 8, build by #SafehavenMarine in Cork, Ireland. The Interceptor 48 is typically powered by twin Volvo D13 500/550hp engines and twin Disc or ZF gearboxes providing the vessel with an operational speed of 24-26kts. The vessel is 15m LOA, with a 4.4m beam and 17,200kg Displacement.
Nueva lancha de Prácticos Coruña, la Prácticos Coruña 8, construída por los astilleros Safehaven Marine en Cork, Irlanda. El tipo de lancha es una Interceptor 48 propulsada por dos motores Volvo D13 500/550cv lo que le proporciona una velocidad de entre 24 y 26 nudos. La eslora total es de 15m y 4,4 m de manga, con un desplazamiento de 17.200 kg.
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