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On Board Pau Casels - Ex Dawn Merchant

Photographs © Jürgen Fock 2006

Just before boarding as foot passengers. There were only 37 passengers. Same number as crew. Some lorries and private cars. It certainly didn't pay for the fuel bill that day.

At the berth dique d´ouest. The western breakwater of Palmas harbour. Pau Casals has not a permanent berth in Palma. Almost every day she ties up at a different place.

Swinging around the breakwater with Palma's cathedral seen over the stern.

Heading for Barcelona still in the bay of Palma Mallorca's south-west coast to starboard 
Halfway to Barcelona in the afternoon Pau Casals


Acciona Trasmediterranea catamaran MILENIUM DOS racing from Barcelona to Palma some 25 miles off the coast.Being built in Spain, she is coming back to her roots. Well, Mallorca is not Andalucía.Another sign of her past the DAWN MERCHANT Lloyds Register Plate.Entering Barcelona at around 19.00hr with Norwegian Jewel leaving port. Narrow gap...

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