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pks1702

Not The Broads... But a Few Boats

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Recently had a weeks R&R on the bay of Palma in readiness for Tina's battle.

Our accommodation was a nice spot to sit and watch the world and boats go.

Pictures are P&S so not great.

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Very nice Perry hope you and Tina had a great break.

very nice pics also the the super yachts not my thing i like simple :-D :-D

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So even with all that sunshine, beautiful sea, relaxation etc, some burk still needs to bring a satelite dish to watch telly? Unbelievable!!!!! :o

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some burk still needs to bring a satelite dish to watch telly?

Can't miss an episode of Corry can they Mark. After all what else is there to do with a serious super yacht, pots of money and wall to wall deck totty :o

No wonder they need a satellite dish... be a bit boring without one ;)

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That row of traditional sailing boats has me intrigued, any idea what the rig looks like under sail? (I'm thinking they might be lateen rigged, but it's difficult to tell with the spars and sails stowed as they are in the picture.)

Any idea what they're currently used for? (Originally I'd guess they were for fishing or shellfish/sponge diving, but whether any of them do that now is another matter.)

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Me thinks it would be a challenge squeezing those through ye olde medieval bridge at PH!!

Nice boats though all the same.

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