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Sailboat navigates once-frozen Arctic waterway - AFP
by NewsReader 09-15-2012



Sailboat navigates once-frozen Arctic waterway
AFP
The Swedish sailboat, the 9.4 meter (31 foot) Belzebub II, navigated through McClure Strait, northernmost waterway on the edge of the Canadian Northwest Territories. The crew -- American Morgan Peissel, Canadian Nicolas Peissel and the Swedish owner ...




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