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13/06/2016

Aliena - Lunes 13 Junio 2016

2º dia de Tonga a FijiSeguimos con este invierno tropical fresquito. Mañana llegaremos a nuestro destino con cuidado de no tropezar con ninguna isla, pues Fiji al igual que Tonga es un archipielago de varios grupos de islas. En realidad son dos islas grandes Vanua Levu y Viti Levu rodeadas de 300 islas y atolones. Sus habitantes son mezcla de polinesios y melanesios y de indios que fueron llevados como esclavos y creo que hoy en dia superan a la población aborigen. A medida que vamos al Oeste del Pacifico sus habitantes son mas feos. Espero que aquí no pase.Carmen. read more...


12/06/2016

Second Wind - YB Connect Message from Sylvie Furtado

The Azores:For any of you that travel and look for different destinations, the Azores islands are great places to visit or even retire. Every island has somethings to offer. For me, food is number one then followed by the sceneries. One of the best way to see them is by hiking and taking a ferry from one island to the next. I have no idea about accommodation because we lived aboard our catamaran. When you travel that far by boat, land time becomes very important, one good reason to join the ARC Europe and have all these social events with your fellow sailors. These were filled with joy, information and great stories. We are on our way to Lagos, Portugal with all these great memories and look forwardto meet our sailor friends to celebrate the end of this grand voyage. Sylvie. read more...


12/06/2016

Paw Paw - Log Day 154: "I Beg Your Pardon, I Never Promised You a Rose Garden..."

The 1960s song by Lynn Anderson springs to mind today - " I beg your pardon. I never promised you a rose garden, along with the sunshine.There's got to be a little rain sometime! "And rain we have had.Along with unabated winds.Relentless in fact.We spoke to Nina today by phone and their anchorage is no better.We heard Do Over on the VHF radio speaking to Corango and things are just as bad in Raiatea and Tahaa. So, although patience is not one of our virtues, we're trying to make the best of it.Every phone, tablet, laptop, chartplotter and navionics chart has been updated using the wifi we can pick up from shore. Every chore and Do List item that can be done, has been done. Elaine has played her saxophone, done her exercises and made various baked goodies. Roy has cooked up a storm in the. read more...


Paw Paw - Log Day 154: "I Beg Your Pardon, I Never Promised You a Rose Garden..."
Paw Paw - Log Day 154:
Paw Paw - Log Day 154: "I Beg Your Pardon, I Never Promised You a Rose Garden..."
Paw Paw - Log Day 154:
12/06/2016

Aliena - Domingo 12 de Junio 2016

1º dia de Vavaú a FijiLa persistente lluvia de ayer nos hizo volver camuflados a Neiafu y amarrarnos a una boya, de donde esta mañana a las 6,00h hemos salido con destino a Fiji, a la isla de Vanua Balavu. Son 290Nm de las que ya hemos hecho 56. Huimos del nubarron de Neiafu aunque nos sigue tan de cerca que a veces nos remoja. Le estan empezando a salir ramas al mastil. Ayer salió Giampi, con lo que hacemos la travesía solos aunque por detras llevamos cinco o seis y el resto ya deben de haber llegado, uno de ellos, Spirit, perdió la helice y lo han tenido que ayudar. Vamos bien pero hace dia de quedarse en casa.Carmen. read more...


10/06/2016

Aliena - Viernes 10 de Junio 2016

Ayer hicimos la salida del Reino de Tonga. Ante la previsión de mal tiempo nos quedamos amarrados a una boya en Neiafu. Esta mañana al despertarnos ha comenzado a llover y a pesar de eso hemos salido con destino a Tapana, una islita cercana del grupo Vava´u, habitada por una familia española, con idea de saltar el domingo a Fidji. De camino a Tapana hemos entrado en Port Morelle y al ancla estamos a la espera de "tiempos mejores". Ahora a las 20,50h seguimos con la lluvia persistente como si fuera Macondo.Carmen. read more...


11/06/2016

Paw Paw - Log Day 153: Where in the World Are We!

Well, the blustery and overcast weather continued today, but much improved from yesterday and is expected to continue to improve over the weekend.If the forecasts are correct,we're hoping to move to Fare, on the northwest coast of Huahine,either tomorrow or Sunday, so that we can do some provisioning before heading to Raiatea or Tahaa on Monday or Tuesday andnot a moment too soon. We're starting to wonder "where in the world are we" and perhaps have entered a parallel universe, where the South Pacific as we know it, is no more.It didn't help that the Dutch couple we met today from Vela, one of the yachts who have shared the anchorage with us through this storm, have been sailing here for three years and have never seen weather like this during the sailing season. On a positive note, it. read more...


10/06/2016

Lerina - Santa Maria

Aujourd'hui vendredi, fête nationale au Portugal, nous avons quitté Punta Delgada et fait route au sud vers Santa Maria. Il ne devait pas y avoir trop de vent et pourtant la journée nous a gratifiés d'une belle journée de voile au près bon plein sous 15-20 nœuds de vent. Un vrai régal dans une mer plate ou nous avons atteint de bonnes vitesses 8 nœuds par moment. Bien sur, Lerina s'est révélé moins rapide que certains bateaux modernes de la flottille ARC mais nous avons quand même apprécié la navigation après ces nombreux jours où nous avons beaucoup subi la mer. Demain, nous visiterons l'île qui s'annonce très différente des autres iles de l'archipel déjà visitées. Elle est plus méridionale, plus chaude, plus aride. Dimanche ce sera le départ pour Lagos. Y aura-t-il du vent ? On suit. read more...


Dashzani - Leg 1 Completed Successfully!
Dashzani - Leg 1 Completed Successfully!
10/06/2016

Dashzani - Leg 1 Completed Successfully!

Dashzani makes it safely to Bayona after a calm but great trip across Biscay. Both crew and boat are all well and very excited to be in Spain. DZ & CrewIMG_0969. read more...


Dashzani - Birthday Boy in Biscay
Dashzani - Birthday Boy in Biscay
Dashzani - A special birthday fly pass by a very low Lear Jet!
Dashzani - A special birthday fly pass by a very low Lear Jet!
Dashzani - Visit in the night from Pete the Pigeon
Dashzani - Visit in the night from Pete the Pigeon
10/06/2016

Paw Paw - Log Day 152: Not Quite the Paradise, but Close Enough

Last night was indeed a very long night, as the worst of this winter storm passed over us, while we stood anchor watch, in less than desirable conditions. The winds never turned E/ESE which would have given us more protection behind the hills.So, instead, we endured sustained winds of 27 to 33 Kts, gusting to as high as 39 Kts at one point. Fortunately the sea state was not uncomfortable and Paw Paw held her ground, not dragging an inch. So too did the other yachts in the anchorage, thank goodness. Today remainded blustery, rainy and miserable, so Elaine decided she wasn't even getting out of bed. She did, however, take the time to study all the cruising guides and charts on the Society Islands we have yet to visit. In particular, searching for at least one anchorage per island that. read more...


10/06/2016

Alcedo of Ryme - Blog 54. 17.40.52S 177 27. 11W. At sea en route for Vanua Balavu

Today is Friday 10 June, we are approx 59 nm from the way point giving us a safe arrival point off the coral reef surrounding Vanua Balavu and the pass through the reef. It has been a few days of classic sailing dilemma.Do we leave Tonga as planned after clearing out on Wednesday with a forecast of strong winds and rough seas, the latter being an issue rather than the former as the winds are in a very favourable direction.Or do we wait for the gale to the south to pass south east of us, by which time, there will be very little wind.We had decided on a compromise and with permission from Customs and Immigration to stayed another day after checking out. We hoped to have at least 24 hours of favourable winds, a promise of reducing seas and, hopefully, calm weather for getting into the pass. read more...


09/06/2016

Paw Paw - Log Day 151: A Long Night

We had a good night weatherwise last night, all things considered, but the worst of the storm is forecasted to hit tonight. We also heard from Do Over today who left for Tahaa on Sunday and they've changed anchorages a few times in order to get the best protection.It's definitely going to be a long night for a lot of sailors in the Society Islands, but we can't help but wonder about the rest of the WARC fleet. They are currently suppose to be enjoying free-sailing time in Tonga and Fiji, but these winter storms are coming all the way up to the lower latitudes, which is extremely unusual, passing over them first before making their way eastward to us.It didn't help matters to see on the news that these storms have given Australia's Gold Coast the worst in years. We trust that Do Over in. read more...


Paw Paw - Log Day 151: A Long Night
Paw Paw - Log Day 151: A Long Night
Paw Paw - Log Day 151: A Long Night
Paw Paw - Log Day 151: A Long Night
08/06/2016

Lerina - Repos et tourisme aux Acores

Nous sommes à San Miguel depuis deux jours. Depuis notre arrivée aux Acores, nous avons vu passer 3 dépressions, beaucoup de vent et des trombes d'eau !! Les iles de cet Archipel sont magnifiques, la végétation est luxuriante et les paysages somptueux.Comme l'anticyclone semble vouloir s'établir dans les parages, c'est le beau temps qui semble s'établir mais cela veut dire aussi qu'on aura peu de vent sur notre route vers Lagos au moins au début. Sur la fin, on compte sur les alizés portugais.Nous avons quelques soucis électriques, des problèmes de pompe à eau, de filtres à régler mais rien de bien sérieux et le bateau se porte bien. Il est difficile de trouver des pièces ici et il nous faudra probablement attendre Lagos pour tout remettre en ordre.Vendredi matin, nous partirons pour. read more...


08/06/2016

Paw Paw - Log Day 150: "There and Back to See How Far It Was"

We were up early this morning to check the weather and make our decision on whether or not tp accompany Nina to Port du Bourayne for a more sheltered anchorage with more bad weather approaching.Well, we essentially just "went there and back to see how far it was" because our original information and experience hadn't change. While Nina picked up the only mooring ball in the anchorage,we scouted every part of the bay that could possibly be viable and still concluded that there was no decent place to anchor, given the depths. For due diligence, we also reconsidered the mooring balls just outside the bay, which we had used previously in calmer weather, but decided against that as well, given the really strong and confused currents.So,we left Nina alone in Port du Bourayne and returned to. read more...


Paw Paw - Log Day 150: "There and Back to See How Far It Was"
Paw Paw - Log Day 150:
07/06/2016

Exody - June 4th - Portsmouth, Annapolis, New York, Bristol, Newport

Exody completed ARC USA arriving in a grey and damp Portsmouth, Virginia two weeks ago today on Saturday May 21st.Motored most of the last 24 hours to beat the forecast deeper low.Portsmouth is well up the Elizabeth River, home to Uncle Sam's impressive naval fleet and the city of Norfolk across the water. Negotiating the busy shipping lanes that cross over at the entrance to the Chesapeake, we still had a few hours to go after passing over the 13 mile Chesapeake tunnel-bridge.The landscape was low and apparently bleak.Today June 4th we are anchored in a foggy Newport Rhode Island, which feels as busy a sailing venue as the Solent.It is Saturday so there were yacht and dinghy races aplenty and many elegant, classic, excursion sailing boats plying their trade.In the intervening fortnight. read more...


Paw Paw - Log Day 149: Balti Curry to Warm the Cockles of Our Hearts
Paw Paw - Log Day 149: Balti Curry to Warm the Cockles of Our Hearts
06/06/2016

Alcedo of Ryme - Blog 53. Kappa Island, Port Maurelle. 18.41.96S 174.01.81W

Monday, 6 June 2016.We spent Thursday and Friday in Nieafu, shopping in the market, which is excellent and daily, walking, renting a car and driving as much round the island as the roads allowed, visiting the botanical gardens and learning about Tongan life and traditions from the owner and visiting the viewing points, or at least the ones we could find.Time spent with other crews such as Blue Summit, Two Fish and Take Off and a crazy late night dancing and being entertained by some lady boys, led astray by Wishanger and Paradise Found.Another WARC party at the Aquarium, with great food and Tongan dancers and then everyone dancing.Sadly, no luck with the alternator, which needs a bearing and some repair to the cables, not available on the Island and maybe a new alternator is the only. read more...


06/06/2016

Paw Paw - Log Day 148: An Authentic Polynesian Feast

This morning we were up early to have a light breakfast and made our way to Restaurant Chez Tara to watch them prepare their buffet which we would be enjoying for Sunday dinner - Pig Roast, Polynesian Style. When we arrived the huge fire pit was already smoldering and the chefs were preparing the various local dishes that would accompany the pork, all of which gets cooked in the ground - Coconut Bread, Banana Bread,Chicken and Callaloo Stew, Stewed Red and Yellow Bananas,Roast Chicken, Breadfruit. Depending on the dish being prepared it was either wrapped in palm leaves smeared with coconut milk, placed in baskets woven from palm leaves, placed in large steel pots or just placed "as is" on bamboo in the huge metal rack. Once that was all neatly packed into the metal rack, the sections of. read more...


Paw Paw - Log Day 148: An Authentic Polynesian Feast
Paw Paw - Log Day 148: An Authentic Polynesian Feast
Paw Paw - Log Day 148: An Authentic Polynesian Feast
Paw Paw - Log Day 148: An Authentic Polynesian Feast
05/06/2016

Aliena - 5 de Junio 2016

El conjunto de Islas Vava´u fue casualmente descubierto por Francisco Maurelle en 1781, quien llevando un correo de Filipinas a Mejico fuera de temporada tomó la ruta sur, creyendo que las corrientes lo llevarían. Tuvo que entrar en estas islas para hacer aguada, aprovisionar y arreglar el barco y sanar a los marineros de escorbuto. Habló a la corona de España la existencia de estas islas y en 1793Alejandro Malaespina tomó posesión para España, quien nunca puso un pie aquí. Un siglo despues con la fiebre de navegación del Pacifico, la London Misionary Society fueron los primeros extranjeros en establecerse. Es posible quepor esto no esten tan occidentalizados como sus primos polinesios aunque la Iglesia tiene mucho poder. Aun visten a la manera tradicional hombres y mujeres: sarong ellos. read more...


05/06/2016

Dashzani - The Rally Begins

We have all made it over the start line! Sea is like glass this morning so not long before all the engines went on. I fear we will be listening to the iron topsail humming away for a few days...Very happy and excited crew. SWade & Andrew. read more...


05/06/2016

Paw Paw - Log Day 147: Another Day, Another Beach Barbecue

After a night of more rain and strong winds, we woke to sunny skies this morning, so, after breakfast we headed ashore for a long walk on the beach, where we encountered Nina taking advantage of the sunshine with a morning snorkel. Once back onboard, we enjoyed a morning coffee and Elainestarted the process of sorting out our latest photos, while Roy ensured our water tanks were getting filled and our energy needs were being adequately satisfied. By then it was time to pack up our contributions to a potluck beach barbecue, which was postponed from yesterday due to the bad weather. Thankfully the weather held, so, another day and anotherbeach barbecue with Nina and Do Over was thoroughly enjoyed by all. Of course, it was Happy Hour when we had to walk right past the Relais Mahana Hotel,. read more...


Paw Paw - Log Day 147: Another Day, Another Beach Barbecue
Paw Paw - Log Day 147: Another Day,  Another Beach Barbecue
Paw Paw - Log Day 147: Another Day, Another Beach Barbecue
Paw Paw - Log Day 147: Another Day,  Another Beach Barbecue
04/06/2016

Paw Paw - Log Day 146: "Bangers and Mash" with a French Flair

Although we had a number of fun activities planned for today, the weather dictated otherwise, so it ended up a boat day. With the wind howling and endless bands of rain drenching the anchorage, we decided that staying in bed with a good book was probably the best option.Elaine did, however, still get to play her saxophone and Roy took the opportunity to update the software on all our Raymarine electronic equipment onboard. We decided the best end to the miserable day was "bangers and mash"with a French flair for dinner - French sausages, French puree potatoes and French baked beans - followed by a movie. The day ended on an even higher note though, when Steve from Nina delivered a fresh baguette and some beers, acquired while shopping with the hired car they had for the day.. read more...


04/06/2016

Aliena - Miercoles 1 Junio 2016, creo

2º dia de Niue a Vava´uPues unos ratos a vela y otros a motor hacemos camino con algun que otro chaparron. Hemos hecho 120NM y nos faltan 98. Tonga tiene una posición geológica interesante: Las islas estan alineadas sobre la division entre la Placa tectónica Australiana y la del Pacífico, el llamado anillo de fuego del Pacífico. Como la placa Australiana se desvia hacia el Este sobre la del Pacífico, las islas del Norte se elevan sobre el nivel del mar y las del Sur se hunden. Mañana será dia 3 de Junio y eso nos mantiene todavía descolocados y sin saber que hacer con el dia 2. Johan como es sueco da explicaciones fundadas pero a mi lo unico que me interesa es que falta un dia menos para ver a mis princesas.Carmen. read more...


03/06/2016

Alcedo of Ryme - Blog 52. Neiafu, Tonga. 18.39.13S 173.59.15W

Wednesday 1 June.   We arrived in Tonga this morning after a good sail the first night and most of the following day and  last night we had to motor all night with the wind dead aft and only 8 to 10 knots, not enough to keep us going at a reasonable speed, even with full main and goose winged genoa.  No luck with the fishing line either, but we had Paradise Found in sight for the whole trip and Two Fish as we approached Vava'u, so there was a fair amount of VHF chat and hopefully some good photographs of PF with her parasail drawing nicely.  So we have arrived at another beautiful Pacific paradise with well sheltered bays and no sky scrapers, but this one does have a litter problem!Two Fish very kindly let us raft up to them while we cleared customs and. read more...


03/06/2016

Hejira - A change of plan

I now know that it is not only the English that have a pre-occupation with the weather as it has been the primary subject under discussion among the whole ARC fleet, irrespective of nationality.We have been told that the Horta departure is delayed by 24 hours because of another gale and the rally will now miss out Terceira and head straight for Ponta Delgada on Sao Miguel. This is not only because the itinerary has events which cannot be moved but also because the storm has damaged some of the pontoons in Angra do Heroismo and they cannot now accommodate the whole fleet. Unfortunately this decision means that our ways will now part.As we are heading back to the UK, our destination lies to the north and attractive though the other islands might be, we see little merit in tracking south to. read more...


Paw Paw - Log Day 145: "If You Blinked, You Will Have Missed It"
Paw Paw - Log Day 145:
Paw Paw - Log Day 145: "If You Blinked, You Will Have Missed It"
Paw Paw - Log Day 145:
03/06/2016

Paw Paw - Log Day 145: "If You Blinked, You Will Have Missed It"

After another interrupted nights sleep due to strong winds and rain, we were up early this morning regardless, to move to our next anchorage, Baie Avea on the south west coast, and we were definiely not disappointed.It is really pretty. We're anchored just off the Ralais Mahana Hotel with the coral reefs and the beach within swimming distance of Paw Paw.So, once we were settled and Elaine had completed her practice session on her saxophone,it was time for lunch, followed by a swim and a snorkel.By then Do Over and Nina had arrived so it was off to shore to explore the hotel facilities, the surrounding restaurants and shops. To say this is a small village is an understatement.In fact, "if you blinked, you will have missed it", but small is not necessarily bad. The hotel is lovely, the. read more...


02/06/2016

Hejira - Rafting

Being rafted three out has its drawbacks especially when you have used a dozen lines to secure the yacht in the big winds. So we really didn’t want to hear that the Finnish yacht inside of us wanted to leave. In the event, slipping and ‘standing off’ while the Fins extricated themselves was fairly painless and so we are now only the second yacht from the dock with a Dutch yacht outside of us.We busied ourselves with jobs while Ollie went off to buy some paint and he has now laid the foundation for our artistic contribution which will modestly nestle between two recent additions on the main wall. The ARC organised social function last night enabled us to catch up with the crew from ‘Slipper 1’ who arrived about 30 hours after us and caught the full brunt of the storm while still well. read more...


02/06/2016

Paw Paw - Log Day 144: Take Two

Roy was up early to go ashore for freshly baked baguettes, replenish his beers and stop off at the post office. While that was happening Elaine did her back exercises and got Paw Paw ready to move to our next anchorage, Port du Bourayne.Nina had left earlier and hailed us about the availability of mooring balls following their reconnaissance of the area. Once both yachts were safely on mooring balls, we headed out in the dinghies to explore the bay as well as to pass over a coral reef and under a little bridge to see Baie Maroe on the windward side of the island. Having enjoyed the beautiful scenery we decided that morning coffee aboard Paw Paw was the order of the day again.It wasn't long before we saw Do Over coming down the channel so we directed them to one of the mooring balls that. read more...


02/06/2016

Paw Paw - Log Day 143: On Hindsight

Today was somewhat of a boat day. Elaine got to use her new washing machine again and got through all the towels that had piled up and desperately needed to be washed. We also had Lynda and Steve from Nina aboard for morning coffee to help us with the hangover we were all suffering from followingfar too much fun on games night.To clear our heads we then took a stroll around a section of the little town we hadn't seen then it was back to Paw Paw for an early dinner - a delicious lamb neck stew - and an early night.Unfortunately, between the party boat right behind us and the strong winds that kicked up during the night, it was a less than desirable night's sleep. On hindsight we should just have gatecrashed the birthday celebrations and forgotten about trying to get our beauty sleep!. read more...


01/06/2016

Aliena - Martes 31 Mayo 2016

A las 18h con la puesta de sol salimos hacia el Archipielago del Reino de Tonga a unas 250NM. Nos dirigimos a Neiafu, la capital de Vavau, que a su vez la componen50 Islas. Hoy a las doce de la noche, no será dia 1, sino 2 de Junio, pues vamos a cruzar en este trayecto la linea da cambio internacional de día y hora, de manera que tambien retrasaremos 1 hora el reloj y no se que haremos con el 1 de Junio. Estaremos en el mismo dia que en España pero con once horas de adelanto. Vamos a seguir discutiendo a ver si nos aclaramos.Carmen. read more...


01/06/2016

Hejira - Something for the Weekend Sir?

My mission was to visit the chandlers, get a haircut and a loaf of bread. In the event, people were queuing out of the door of the chandlers so it was off to find a barber. Obtaining a haircut while cruising has been a mixed bag of experiences. At the zenith of these experiences was a haircut in the Railway Station concourse in Inverness where the hairdresser was very attractive, exceedingly and revealingly well-endowed and seem to delight in thrusting her assets into me while ministering to my hair. The experience here in Horta was the opposite end of the spectrum with an exceedingly portly hairdresser who had to lean over her ‘portliness’ to reach my head and what was in between made unwelcome contact with me. Having said that it was a very good haircut and the cut, beard removal and. read more...


Hejira - Poignant memorial
Hejira - Poignant memorial
01/06/2016

Hejira - Hot Rocks

Our first glimpses of Faial were through a heavy mist and it was remarkable in its greenness. The islands are undoubtedly volcanic and the isthmus we had to round before heading up to Horta was clearly originally the rim of a volcano. The small fields were bordered by hedges and the whole impression was one of ‘time gone by’. Our timing into the harbour was inspired as the customs/fuel dock was clear and we moored alongside to do the necessary formalities – or rather we tried to do them. Our arrival at 11.45 was unfortunately just as the port office, customs and immigration offices closed for lunch but this gave us time to take on fuel and water. We have almost come to expect a lack of ‘joined up thinking’ when encountering bureaucracy and perversely, although the port office and. read more...


01/06/2016

Paw Paw - Log Day 142: Games Night on Paw Paw

This morning we headed ashore and, while Nina and Do Over hired bicycles to tour the island, we explored on foot due to Elaine's back, which is a lot better, but definitely not up to a bike ride.After snooping around the little town of Fare we headed northwards and eventually found a dirt road that brought us through to the beach. It was clear from the very rugged coastline why the island is called the Wild One. It was absolutely stunning with the powder soft white sands, dispursed amongst the volcanic rock that edged the coastline and the most amazing shades of turquoise waters that lapped over the coral reef and into the pools created by the volcanic landscape.We've taken photos that we hope do it justise and will load them up to the gallery as soon as we have a wifi connection. read more...


Paw Paw - Log Day 142: Games Night on Paw Paw
Paw Paw - Log Day 142: Games Night on Paw Paw
01/06/2016

Paw Paw - Log Day 141: Huahine - The Wild One

After a rather slow passage, we arrived in Huahine mid-morning and were delighted to find Nina and Do Over in the anchorage we had chosen off the main town, Fare.So, as soon as we were anchored and settled we dinghied over to Nina for morning tea and to catch up with them after their return to Tahiti to get their dinghy engine sorted out. Then it was a quick stop off at Do Over to say hi and back to Paw Paw for an afternoon nap in order to be refreshed for our evening ashore - Happy Hour and Dinner at the Huahine Yacht Club with Nina and Do Over.Surprisingly the food was actually delicious and all mothers received 50% off their main course in celebration of Mother's Day in French Polynesia - Can't complain about that.Since Huahine is referred to as the Wild One we are looking forward to. read more...



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