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Tahina at Joyner Marina
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Tahina parked at Joyner Marina in Carolina Beach, North Carolina.  This is the departure point for the 5-year sailing circumnavigation we're calling the Tahina Expedition.

Follow the Tahina Expedition Blog to watch our trip, learn about the exotic locations we visit, and see our broad range of photography as we experience the adventures of a lifetime.

Copyright: Frank taylor
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Chargée: 09/11/2009
Mis à jour: 30/06/2014
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Tags: sailboat; catamaran; tahina; joyner; marina; boats; carolina; beach; north
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