The Windstar Cruises Wind Surf

One of the biggest sailing ships in the world, the Wind Surf spent 12 hours in Goodwick then sailed passed Strumble Head heading for Ireland in some of the foggiest weather I've ever seen.

One of the biggest sailing ships in the world, the Wind Surf spent 12 hours in Goodwick then sailed passed Strumble Head heading for Ireland in some of the foggiest weather I've ever seen.
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One of the biggest sailing ships in the world, the Wind Surf spent 12 hours in Goodwick then sailed passed Strumble Head heading for Ireland in some of the foggiest weather I've ever seen. One of the biggest sailing ships in the world, the Wind Surf spent 12 hours in Goodwick then sailed passed Strumble Head heading for Ireland in some of the foggiest weather I've ever seen. One of the biggest sailing ships in the world, the Wind Surf spent 12 hours in Goodwick then sailed passed Strumble Head heading for Ireland in some of the foggiest weather I've ever seen.
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Date2013-07-15 22:00:34
DescriptionOne of the biggest sailing ships in the world, the Wind Surf spent 12 hours in Goodwick then sailed passed Strumble Head heading for Ireland in some of the foggiest weather I've ever seen.
CountyPembrokeshire
CountryCymru/Wales
CopyrightCopyright 2013 Kenvyn & Debbie Davies
Tags 2013 2014 Coast Cymru Nikon D800E Outdoors Pembrokeshire Sea Wales Wales/Cymru Wind Surf
CameraNikon D800E
Lens24.0-120.0 mm f/4.0 
Focal Length120mm
Focal Length (35mm)120mm
Shutter Speed1/40
Aperturef/4.0
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