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Cruising Active Transport
We left San Francisco on September 7th 2008 and are off to see the world in our Tayana 37 Pilot House cutter.
Active Transport's Photos - Overnight with a native family on Amantani Island
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Here is the stern of our craft for the voyage on Lake Titicaca.  The detail that is important in this picture is that the rudder shaft is made from rebar (the kind of steel rod used to reinforce concrete.)   We saw a lot of creative uses of rebar all over south america.
Here is the stern of our craft for the voyage on Lake Titicaca. The detail that is important in this picture is that the rudder shaft is made from rebar (the kind of steel rod used to reinforce concrete.) We saw a lot of creative uses of rebar all over south america.
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