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Docking Maneuver with Tugs by Drone View


published on 18 February 2021 302

Found on YouTube. Created by "Zedrick's MarinersTv". Originally pubished on 2021-02-11.
A stunning view while docking manuerve by drone view, nowadays in some port in some countries, the pilot and port authorities uses the drone to monitor the entire operation.

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