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La Maddalena is the largest town in the Maddalena archipelago, just 2 kilometres (1 mile) from the northeastern shore of Sardinia and sitting in the Straits of Bonifacio, between it and Corsica.

The focal-point of pedestrian activity is around Piazza Umberto I (formerly known as Piazza Comando-the older generation of natives in town still commonly refer to the piazza by its original name). There is an adjacent via (Garibaldi) that connects the port (Banchina Commerciale I) facing the Island of Santo Stefano and Piazza Umberto I with city hall. Via Garibaldi is surrounded by commercial shops, restaurants, and bars.

La Maddalena now derives much of its income from tourism. The only method of traveling to La Maddalena is by boat, with car ferries travelling from nearby Palau and from the Italian mainland.

Source: Wikipedia

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THE QUARANTINE IS ALMOST ENDED


Sailing yacht AGLAIA at 66 metres (216.5 ft) was launched earlier in March by Dutch Shipyard Vitters One interesting point about this sailing yacht is her massive mast. As she is a sloop she needs one very tall and technologically advanced mast which stands over 80 meters above her deck and even further above the water line. Superyacht AGLAIA also features one of the largest composite rudders created to date.

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Picked up this morning on my terrace for the one who left days ago :-(

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A long sailing day ended among the thousands of islands in Croatia.

The islands of Croatia are in total 1 246 [1], of which about fifty are inhabited and cover a total area of approximately 3 259 km²]. Islands (in Croatian: otok) are defined as those with an area greater than 1 km²; islets (otočić), if they have an area less than one square kilometer but greater than 0.01 km²; while those smaller than 0.01 km² are called rocks or rocks (hrid). According to this classification, the islands are 79 [1] and the two largest are Veglia and Cres, both with an area of 405 km²; there are 525 islets and 642 rocks [. It should be noted that the number of islands, islets and rocks fluctuates over time, due to natural and artificial modifications.


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