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Bajnice Jesenice
Croatia

South of Split many charter vessels find their safe place to stay for the winter. This here is just one of those many safe places and it's located in a village named Krilo, just outside Podstrana. Many hundrerds of these vessels also get their neccessary maintanance for next season and prepare for their cruises on the wonderfull Adriatic Sea.

Copyright: Hans molenkamp
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Uploaded: 28/11/2009
Updated: 25/07/2012
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Tags: shipsrepair; maintance; storing; stored; winterseason; cruiseships; charters; sailing; holydays
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