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Bio Alain Colas Featured Sydney Image

Bio Alain Colas

Photo prise le 28 novembre 1973 du navigateur francais Alain Colas a bord du Manureva, pendant son escale dans le port de Sydney (Australie), 80 jours apres avoir quitte le port de Saint-Malo pour effectuer tour du monde en solitaire a la voile, battant le record du monde du Britannique Francis Chichester de 29 jours. Alain Colas a disparu en novembre 1978 a bord du Manureva, l'ancien Pen Duick IV qu'il avait rachete a Eric Tabarly. / AFP PHOTO

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Australia-Viking/2 Featured Sydney Image


With a Sydney Harbour ferry dwarfing the tiny Viking boat, Norwegian traditional boatbuilder Harald Dalland takes a small family sailboat for a run at Darling Harbour as part of the National Maritime Museum's Classic and Wooden Boat Festival in Sydney 10 October. Called a oselvarbat, the boat is a direct descendant from the great Viking ships, displaying the same design and construction including the traditional wooden keel, an invention which gave the Viking ships superior speed. AFP PHOTO / AFP PHOTO / WILLIAM WEST

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Australia-Transport-Maritime-Tasmania Featured Sydney Image


The Spirit of Tasmania III, a German built 174-metre long, 23,663-tonne ocean going passenger and car ferry, moves under the Sydney Harbour bridge, 10 April 2005, on the return leg of one of its trips between Sydney and Tasmania, Australia's only island state. A Tasmanian state government rescue package of 115 million dollars (89 million USD) announced 15 March, has continued the future of the financially-stricken service for another three years, with Spirit III's failure to make money blamed on the introduction of cheap airfares. AFP PHOTO/Greg Wood / AFP PHOTO / GREG WOOD

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