A couple of boats sailing commemorative, framed and with description at the bottom of the boat. The bottom, is a beautiful reproduction of pailebot, in particular the Pailebot Douamont, boat which could serve both as a merchant, fishing or for private use. Its name comes from the English pilot's boat, as the sailors could move at high speed. In the inscription we can read: “Pailebot Douamont manufactured in North America and enrolled in Marseille, paying trip to Havana and New York was lost in 1926 off the coast of Cadaqués”. The boat, the top is the Jabeque Two Sisters and can be read on the inscription: “In memory of the Jabeque Two Sisters, enrolment of Palma de Mallorca under the command of the pilot, Don Ernesto Soler sailed from 1868 until the 14th of January 1912, which was lost in a storm in front of Cádiz”
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