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Rodman 41, Embarcación de Prácticos y Puertos.


published on 8 April 2021 45 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Rodman Boats". Originally published on 2020-11-27.
Rodman 41, es el último modelo de embarcaciones de prácticos diseñado y construido por Rodman. Con 12 metros de eslora el Rodman 41, se convierte en el barco de prácticos más competitivo y con mejores prestaciones del mercado. Equipado con todo lo necesario para realizar trabajos y servicios de puerto, donde se le requiera, de manera inmediata.
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