Photos: Fishing vessels in Dakhla harbour, 2013
Published 24 November 13


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Al Wafae (ex-Quo Vadis)
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Allotf 2
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Oleg Naydenov
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Zander
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Meya
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Polar
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Namia 4
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Dakhla harbour
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Bilal 3
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Luzmar
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Mariño Salvador, Selma
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Zamzam 2
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Mabrouk
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