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Sailing Yacht Giraldilla During The Trofeo Del Conde De Barcelona In Palma

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The trofeo almirante Conde de Barcelona (who was the father of the King of Spain "Juan Carlos") is held every year in de bay of Palma. The winner of this year race is the beautifull restored sailing yacht "Giraldilla" which you here can see in this panorama.
Her first captain was HRH Don Juan de Borbón, Conde de Barcelona .

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A: Trofeo Conde De Barcelona In The Bay Of Palma

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B: Paseo Maritimo, Palma

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C: Passeo Maritimo in Palma de Mallorca

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D: club nautico with its beautifull yachts

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E: concorde of the waves in club nautico

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F: Restaurant Mediterraneo Overlooking Club De Mar and port de mallorca

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G: restaurant balearia ferry

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H: Passeo Maritimo in Palma de Mallorca at night

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I: Harbour of Palma

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J: San Magín street and Inmaculada Concepción parish church

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