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"Sever": Female pilot disembarking in rough weather


published on 24 May 2022 1758 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Sikh At Sea". Originally published on 2021-07-29.
16m Pilot Boat "Sever" built by Holyhead Marine in 2012.

Length 16.5m
Beam 5.3m
Draught 1.3m
Main Engines Twin Scania DI16 600 BHP @ 1800 RPM
Transmission Twin Disc “Quickshift” MGX-5135SC Gearboxes
Propellers Five bladed
Maximum Speed 26 knots

Client – Sydney Ports Corporation, Australia.
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