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C2-The Creek in Barcelona

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  1. josaver

    josaver Senior Member

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    Hi all,

    C2-The Creek was in Barcelona last week. It seems they are doing some painting works.

    Sorry for the picture's quality, they were taken with my mobile phone.

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  2. Yacht News

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    Wonderful photos. The quality is pretty good considering you took them with a mobile. I love A&R's tender handling system, great stuff.
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    Here are the last photos I have.

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    You sure this is from a mobile phone? It seems good quality.
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    Yes, it is a mobile with 2MP camera.

    C2 is still in Barcelona (Port Vell, in front of Maremagnum), they are doing some works in the superstructure.
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    More photos, now taken with a true camera.

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    very nice post, thanks!!:) hmmmm... work to the superstructure?
  8. josaver

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    Luna in Barcelona

    Well, repainting, repair... some works :)

    Also Luna is in Barcelona

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    I see "Princess Mariana" is there as well.
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    Multiple circumnavs and I have never made a port call in The Creek. Been up one without a paddle, but that's a different story.

    Usually there is a flag state associated with the hailing port. If I weren't so old and tech challenged I could probably find this on Twitter, but thankfully I do believe that I am yet a twit.

    Can anyone tell me where C2's hailing port is located and is it a nice place to raise hail?
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    Hi,

    The Creek is a port of registry that the Caymans have added for thise who do not want Georgetown, they also offer Bloody Bay.
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    An example of this is the Christensen "Odessa", she is registered in Bloody Bay.

    You can see this in a photo made my fellow member Tom (Capt Tom)...

    OdessaNightAft.jpg
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    C2 in Barcelona

    Correcting the thread title, thanks K1W1 for the clarification
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    Is "Cayman Islands" or C.I. no longer required, i.e., the flag state identifier? Has been for the many yachts I have registered in the past.
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    Hi,

    Stan- I just got this from a C I Surveyor I know.

    There's never been a requirement to have C.I. Just the actual PORT of registry is sufficient. The flag hanging off the stern shows what country the port is in.

    I recall being on the boat you and I were introduced on by Merle where we had to add C.I. after Georgetown and have the name visible when the transom door was open.
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    Just like going through customs & immigration, pray that you get the right inspector.

    Thank you for the clarification, K1W1.

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