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Dinner on The Paddle Cruiser on Knysna Lagoon
South Africa

Enjoy a 2 hour dinner cruise on The Paddle Cruiser, owned and managed by the Featherbed Company.

This classic trip out to the Knysna Heads and back includes speciality Mediterranean Quisine and is a must for all visitors to Knysna.

Copyright: John Gore
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Tags: dinner; paddle cruiser; knysna lagoon; featherbead
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