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Author: TamaraEnLaPlaya - Replies: 0 - Views: 527
Spanish naval vessel in Puerto del Rosario today
Saw an unusual looking naval vessel today at the cruise dock. Looked it up when I got home;

https://navalpost.com/spanish-navy-to-co...on-june-2/
Author: TamaraEnLaPlaya - Replies: 0 - Views: 501
Barranco de Tinojay, a "naval museum in stone"
Radio Sintonia:

Barranco de Tinojay, a "naval museum in stone".

The Barranco de Tinojay, located in the municipality of La Oliva, begins with the name of Barranco de Vallebrón on the N. E. slope of Montaña de La Muda, running through the Vallebrón Valley until it reaches the height of the village of La Caldereta. At this point, located north of La Calderetilla, it joins the Barranco del Llano del Palo. From there to its mouth in Boca del Barranco de Tinojay or Playa de los Valdivias, it is
Author: TamaraEnLaPlaya - Replies: 1 - Views: 228
Morocco launches naval manoeuvres 125 kilometres off Fuerteventura.
Noticias:

Morocco launches naval manoeuvres 125 kilometres off Fuerteventura.

Rabat's decision could respond to the tension generated by the EU Court of Justice last week in relation to the Sahara

The Royal Moroccan Navy begins next Friday three consecutive months of naval manoeuvres in the south of the country and in the waters of Western Sahara, off the Canary Islands, only 125 kilometres from its coasts, according to the newspaper El Confidencial.



These naval exercises come a