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Rodman 41 Pilotage and Harbour Vessel


published on 6 July 2022 138 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Rodman Boats". Originally published on 2022-07-05.
Rodman 41 pilot boat for the Cadiz Pilots' Corporation
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