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Rastaholm
Sweden

Rastaholm is nicely located at lake Mälaren. It harbours some 250 boats for Stockholms Segelsällskap and is used for sail races and other club activities. The red building houses the sailing inn.

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Uploaded: 15/10/2013
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Tags: lake; inn; sailing; sailboat; harbour
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