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Into Aguirre - Puerto Rico's Largest Power Plant


published on 28 June 2022 7 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "TimBatSea". Originally published on 2022-06-28.
To get in to Aguirre, we have to tow in behind the reef, breakdown into push gear and then proceed to the Power Plant Dock.

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