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Perseus
Romania

The motor vessel "Perseus", resting at it's berth in Galati. This multi purpose tug can also be used during emergencies, being well suited for fire fighting, rescue or ice breaking scenarios.

Copyright: Vieru Claudiu
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Uploaded: 24/03/2011
Updated: 11/09/2014
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Tags: perseus; galati; romania; danube; faleza; ship
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