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    Re: Vessel aground in San Sebastián
    From: Andrés Ruiz
    Date: 2009 Mar 29, 21:25 +0200

    Fortunately, two tugs have brought the schooner today at high tide, 17:00 UT, (see graph).

    Yes George, the anchorage is good; sand, but is exposed, although that the bay is sheltered by the island of Santa Clara. In one photo, you can see her two anchors in place.

     
    For me is very curious that in english people, refers to a vessel in feminine, for example in O’Brian’s books for the Surprise frigate. In spanish the people from the coast, seaman and the poets refers to the sea in feminine, although is a masculine word.
     
    Andrés Ruiz
    Navigational Algorithms
    http://www.geocities.com/andresruizgonzalez/
     

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