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The VENTA MAERSK, Great Belt Pilotage


published on 5 July 2021 26 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "SEASCAPE". Originally published on 2021-03-06.
This video is all about transiting danish water through "great belt bridge" .
Vent Maersk was bound for Bremerhaven, Germany from Kotka, Finland.
Baltic Sea

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Ricardo Caballero Vega Panama Canal Pilots Association, Panama
on 30 September 2021, 18:41 UTC

Wish to go back to Kotka!
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