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Hoisting motor ship White Bird at WSV Thales
Netherlands

In the autumn many yacht owners have their ship hoisted on shore, here from the Twente canal at water sports club WSV Thales. Photo's taken on october 30, 2010.

Copyright: Jan Mulder
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