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A Cargo Ship is Guided into Port by The Pilot Boat


published on 24 February 2023 25 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "RX10 IV Time". Originally published on 2023-02-23.
A cargo ship is guided into Port by the Pilot boat on a breezy February morning- Filmed with a Sony RX10 Mk iv
Ship - Fast Sim
Port- Shoreham
Shoreham, United Kingdom
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