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Pilot Boats Swath "Cetus" & P.S.V. "Pollux" (2014)


published on 5 November 2021 68 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Rob Oostdijk". Originally published on 2014-04-22.
Beloodsingen Met Swath "Cetus" en aan boord Pilot Station Vessel "Pollux" @ Steenbank Pilot-station @ Schouwenbank.
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