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Four Kotug tugboats in 4th Petroleumhaven, Rotterdam
Netherlands

Kotugs SD Stingray, SD Seal, RT Spirit and ZP Montelena, seen at their Rotterdam base, known and signposted as "koorenationstreet" in the 4th Petroleumhaven at Rotterdam. Taken from the mast on the roof of the steering cabin of the SD Seal. To the right of the tugs you can see the oil tanker Valbrenta.

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Uploaded: 31/03/2010
Updated: 10/09/2014
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Tags: tugs; ships; rotterdam; netherlands; harbour; kotug; 4e petroleumhaven; sea; ocean
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