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The Pitons, St Lucia from Tahina
Caribbean

This is the view of the Pitons from Tahina on a mooring.  This is the first time I've attempted a 360 from a moving boat.  It worked pretty well!  Make sure you look up at how tall Tahina's mast is, and down at how wide the deck of our catamaran looks.

Copyright: Frank taylor
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Geüpload: 26/12/2009
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Tags: tahina; stlucia; pitons; sailing; catamaran; caribbean
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