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Sorry, but i can't see the photos of your sailboat you mentioned.
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Michele,

De nada. Or is it "prego"?

And grazie for the info about your boat. Maybe you would consider coming back and telling us more about your Mediterranean voyages?

Ciao. - John
I'm based in Rome, and my sailboat now it's in Sardinia. During the years I've made several nice trip to Eolie Islands, Sardinia, Corsica, Capri, and very very often to Ponza, a small, unknown island 50 miles south of Rome. Not very much...
Med is very nice apart from the full season (july and mainly august), where it's really full of people.
In my album I've posted some photos of Ponza, that toghether with Palmarola it's really a gem.
All the Med is very nice, apart from july and august where is really full of motorboat that make a lot of waves and fill every space around witch screaming radios and wandering tender: awful.
Apart from that, it's a really nice place to visit, and also quite easy for sailing:no tides, now a relaible weather system...

thank you.
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Michele, send me a pm with your email, I will send you the photos

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I'm based in Rome, and my sailboat now it's in Sardinia. During the years I've made several nice trip to Eolie Islands, Sardinia, Corsica, Capri, and very very often to Ponza, a small, unknown island 50 miles south of Rome. Not very much...
Michele,

As a young man I sailed to many of those places, including Ponza. You are lucky to have such fine cruising grounds! - John
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