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Montrose Port Authority Pilot Boat Arrival


published on 29 December 2022 29 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Montrose Port Authority". Originally published on 2022-12-23.
Montrose Port Authority's new pilot boat was welcomed by water cannons as it arrived at its new home at the port of Montrose on Thursday 22nd December, making its journey from Ireland where the boat was constructed.

Read more about the pilot boat arrival on the Montrose Port Authority website: https://montroseport.co.uk/2022/12/23/pilot-boat-new/
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