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Marine Pilot Vincent's Last pilot's trip - Flemish Pilotage


published on 20 October 2021 302 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "KrisDeDecker". Originally published on 2021-10-04.
The last pilot's trip of Vincent (Flemish pilotage). An unforgettable day provided by Vincent, his family and team 9. A trip from Vlissingen to the Zandvlietsluis on Saturday 18 September 2021.

De laatste loodsreis van rivierloods Vincent (Vlaamse loodswezen). Een onvergetelijke dag verzorgt door Vincent, familie en ploeg 9. Een opvaart van Vlissingen naar de Zandvlietsluis op zaterdag 18 september 2021.

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WJ
Wayne Jones USA
on 21 October 2021, 16:37 UTC

Congratulation from Kerrville, TX USA. Be blessed.
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