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Does anyone know why there are at least 7 tankers/ships close to the coast around the Fuengirola/Calahonda area????? Some have now been there for over a week
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frog wrote:morrocan pirates
most of them live in Fuengiola Frog , there called "bag snachers "
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clarkie wrote:Does anyone know why there are at least 7 tankers/ships close to the coast around the Fuengirola/Calahonda area????? Some have now been there for over a week
Its the same here in Ireland. There is not enough work for the freighters so to save mooring fee's they anchor offshore while waiting for employment.
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