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Galleon Neptune - Pirates of Roman Polanski
Genoa

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neptune_(galleon)

The Neptune is a ship replica of a 17th-century Spanish galleon. The ship was built in 1985 for Roman Polanski's film Pirates, where she portrayed the Spanish ship of the same name. An accurate replica above the waterline, but sporting a steel hull and a 400 HP auxiliary engine, the Neptune is currently a tourist attraction in the port of Genoa, where its interior can be visited for a 5 euro entry fee.[1] In 2011, she portrayed the Jolly Roger, the ship of Captain Hook, in the TV miniseries Neverland.[2]

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