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Pilot Boat STEINBURG from Brunsbüttel, Germany


published on 18 October 2021 57 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Chef Gee The Traveller". Originally published on 2021-10-13.
PILOT STEINBURG (MMSI: 211784710) is sailing under the flag of Germany.
Her length overall (LOA) is 29 meters and her width is 8 meters.
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