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May 24, 2010

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tillerman

Well I don't speak Spanish either but it does say Magellan 36.

cynthia Mayhew

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Adam Turinas

Gracias a tod

Adam Turinas

nd this is Beautiful trips in the Lake Llanquihue with the volcanoes Osorno and Calbuco of backdrop. Hire our sailing ships in the evening, for the day or in the time that he wants.

In the lake Llanquihue our yachts are called Kania and Empress, Magellan 36 shaped both.

Also we take navigation as the channels of Chiloé!

Sail in Chile!

Nursing PJs

Wow what a very nice boat!!! That's great..
I love it too!!

Sand Sock Girl

The boat looks great! It looks expensive. =) But it must be an amazing day for sailing if you got that boat.

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