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Hybrid Future Ship Eco Italia Departure


published on 13 January 2023 52 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Captain Ertan Ozgur, Senior Maritime Pilot". Originally published on 2023-01-12.
HYBRID FUTURE SHIP ECO ITALIA. Time-Lapse. Gopro Max. SENIOR PILOT CAPTAIN Eyup Zafer performing departure maneuvering of Grimaldi Co Ship HYBRID RoRo ECO ITALIA. 2 TUGBOATS @captertanozgur PORT OF YILPORT - GEMLIK
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