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Picton Castle back in home port

Wednesday 22 August 2018 | Published in Environment

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Picton Castle back in home port
Picton Castle is a Cook Islands-flagged sailing vessel that was originally built as a motorised fishing trawler in 1928. Purchased by Captain Daniel Moreland in the early 1990s, she was converted to a sailing ship in 1996. 18082107

The Cook Islands-registered sailing vessel Picton Castle has returned to her official home port of Avatiu in Rarotonga this week, some three years after her last visit here in 2015.

The Cook Islands-registered sailing vessel Picton Castle has returned to her official home port of Avatiu in Rarotonga this week, some three years after her last visit here in 2015.


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