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VIETNAM: ALONG BAY (49 photos)
Tonkin, North Vietnam… the steamboat Emeraude slip gracefully in the renowned Along bay, offering to its passengers an unforgettable cruise. The retro-styled and refined ambience evokes the atmosphere of the homonym French ship that was used to cross this bay at the time of colonial Indochina.
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OVER-SIZE CONTAINER SHIPS (55 photos)
On the container ships’ course harbours follow one after the other: Le Havre 2000, Miami, Panama channel, San Francisco, Ulsan (South Korea), Shanghai, Hong-Kong, Suez channel, Malta, the Piraeus, Marseille…
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WINDSURF : BIG RACE AT DAKHLA (17 photos)
In Morrocan South, in the middle of Western Sahara, on Dakhla Bay takes place a 40 kilometres long race ... The first arrived wins !!
© C. Béné/TheReportage.com
LIFE ON A NORWEGIAN TANKER (66 photos)
With modern global commerce on the increase, attached to the rise of new economies, such as India, China or Brazil, the demand for natural resources and commodities as increased many folds. The same is true of course true for fuel, natural gas, and of course NAFTA (fuel sued for aircrafts). Odfjell, a family run company founded in Norway is one of the companies who deliver fuel to the many corners of the this world.
© J. Alpeyrie/TheReportage.com
FARMERS OF THE SEA (31 photos)
At Nusa Lembongan, a small island south of Bali, life revolves around the cultivation of algae over the tides. Red, yellow or green algae have their own specificity and a different value.At Nusa Lembongan, a small island south of Bali, life revolves around the cultivation of algae over the tides. Red, yellow or green algae have their own specificity and a different value.
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