London Boat Show 2016

13-Jan-16by Annie Byrne
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Iconic historic boats including the Massey Shaw, a 1935 vessel that rescued more than 500 troops from the beaches of Dunkirk, are among some of the main attractions at this year’s London Boat Show. Photo credit: onEdition

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