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Port ofThrough the8,288 nautical miles34 daysPort ofAround the Capeof Good Hope11,755 nautical miles49 daysTravel times may vary based on speed.
HOW DID A SHIP GET STUCK IN THE SUEZ CANAL?MIRIAM BERGER, JÚLIA LEDUR, ADAM TAYLORMARCH 26, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Port ofThrough the8,440 nautical miles34 daysPort of Around the Capeof Good Hope11,720 nautical miles49 daysTravel times may vary based on speed.
HOW DID A SHIP GET STUCK IN THE SUEZ CANAL?MIRIAM BERGER, JÚLIA LEDUR, ADAM TAYLORMARCH 26, 2021WASHINGTON POST
By 12 degrees, nautical dawn, early-morning traffic starts to slow on the Bay Bridge, which I cross en route to Pacifica or San Francisco’s Ocean Beach.
The object and the means were the revival of the nautical labourer of twenty years before.
He seems to have forgotten his nautical labourer patented twenty years before; but yet reproduced something very similar.
One day her mother heard her singing a popular nautical ballad, on the devotion of a sailor's bride to her betrothed.
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The great steamer went ahead at the rate of five nautical miles an hour, and the cable passed smoothly overboard.
Ten minutes' hard work, in which we assisted, produced something a trifle more nautical and seaworthy than the first craft.
The nautical instruments, the musket, and a part of our clothing, they immediately appropriated to their own benefit.
Beyond the fact that these were of nautical appearance, there was no distinctive dress.

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