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Sun Deck, MV Minerva
England
Sunset at sea onboard the cruise ship, MV Swan Hellenic. The 12,449gt vessel was originally intended to become a Russian intelligence-gathering ship but was completed as a cruise ship in 1996. She is based in Portsmouth, England during the summer months and operates a world cruise during the rest of the year.
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Uploaded: 14/02/2014
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Tags: swan hellenic; minerva; cruise ship; sunset; deck; sea sunset; funnel
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