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SHINWA MARU to Port of Rotterdam (Herman Broers)


published on 2 July 2021 321 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "The Rotterdam Pilot". Originally published on 2021-07-02.
On july 1st, the 327 meters long bulk carrier SHINWA MARU entered Port of Rotterdam with 20,6 meters draft, underway to EECV terminal at the Caland channel, Europoort. Due to her draft she transited the Eurochannel.
Ertsoverslag Europoort CV (EECV)
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