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Going through the Panama Canal in a 38-ft sailboat - Palm Beach Post (blog)
by NewsReader 08-22-2011



Going through the Panama Canal in a 38-ft sailboat
Palm Beach Post (blog)
by FloridaGoGo Editor's Note: This story concerning a partial transit of the Panama Canal, which ran in the Palm Beach Post Sunday, Aug. 21, prompted this submission by a reader. Our thanks to West Palm Beach resident F. Ted Brown Jr. for sending it. ...

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