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Pilot Boat Medemin Cuxhaven / Germany


published on 29 March 2022 13 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Spotting Crew". Originally published on 2022-03-28.
Incredibly huge container ships sea giants mega ships.
Shipspotting ships observation of cargo ships, tankers, pilots, container ships, oil tankers and many more.
Special highlight is the boarding of a pilot on the DFDS ferry.
The pictures were taken on 18.03.2022 at the North Sea coast in Cuxhaven, Germany.
I was able to spot the following ships:

Hapag Lloyd Nagoya Express - container ship
Aries J - container ship
KESS Seine Highway - RORO Ferry
Susanne - working ship
Autumn - tanker
Coast Guard BP83 - police vessel of the Federal Police
Medem - pilot boat
DFDS Brittania Seaways - RORO ferry
Wagenborg Balticborg - RORO ferry
Pedro Alvares Cabral
Pilot boat
Unifeeder Beate - container ship
Nor Dland - cargo ship
Hansa Shipping Kerli - cargo ship
Jan - container ship
and a few more ...
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