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About ships in Sydney

Here's the collection of pictures I took so far of different ships that come to Sydney.

01. Queen Mary 2


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03. Pacific Jewel


04. Queen Mary 2


05. Crystal Serenity is waiting for you to escape from rainy Sydney


06. Oriana


07. Crystal Serenity in the lights


08. Arcadia


09. Crystal Serenity


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13. Celebrity Century


14. Volendam


15. Queen Mary 2 in the lights


16. Diamond Princess


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18. Oriana


19. Volendam


20. Diamond Princess


21. Queen Victoria


22. Queen Victoria


23. Silver Shadow


24. Radiance of the Seas


25. Rhapsody of the Seas


26. Rhapsody of the Seas


27. Rhapsody of the Seas


28. Oosterdam


29. Oosterdam


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