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MV Spirit of Britain, Dover, England
England

Introduced into service during 2011, P&O Ferries' Spirit of Britain is the largest ever ferry to ply the English Channel route between Dover and Calais.

Copyright: Gary Davies
Typ: Spherical
Upplösning: 6310x3155
Taken: 09/01/2011
Uppladdad: 09/11/2011
Uppdaterad: 15/04/2014
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Tags: ferry; dover; calais; ship; port
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