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Uruguayan Yacht Club
Montevideo
The Yacht Club of Uruguay is located in the Rambla de Montevideo, Uruguay, in an area called "Puerto del Buceo" meaning harbor to dive. The name comes from another time when some were diving near a shipwreck from the colonial era.
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更新: 15/08/2014
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