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Re: Here's sone pretty girls

First those are really heavy masts, second oooh what's her name, I'm in love.
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Admiral Sailing Day

Here's a few pics from the Fleet Sailing Day yesterday on Port Phillip, Melbourne, Australia - after the liquid-ice rain cleared away.

These two you know already:




From left to right: "Oosterschelde", Couta boat "Loama", topsail schooner "Enterprize" and Cruising Eight "Marie Louise III".


Gives one a pretty good idea of scale.
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