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Cape Town, Nautical Vessel, Passenger Ship, Sailing, Sailing Ship

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'Cape Town , South Africa - February 3, 2013:The ‘Lord Nelson’ is a tall ship operated by the Jubilee sailing trust that allows able bodied and disabled sailors to sail together. She was completed in 1986 and is almost 55 m long and 38 m high with displacement of 491 tons. Pictured here on a round the world trip in Cape Town, South Africa.'

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Upload date:December 18, 2013
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