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 Senta to greenland

"On the latitude of Frederickshab I asked the local radio station whether the coast was bound by pack. A very helpful radio officer inquired at the coastguard and called me again after half an hour, telling me there was no pack of any significance, only bergs, so that calling at Frederickshab would not be very difficult. Not that difficult perhaps, but in front of the coast of Greenland are countless archipelagoes of small rocky islands, many of them just below the surface at high water. "
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 (Submitted by Noel Tue Mar 16, 2004 )

  


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