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Aga Guest Harbour -Aga

Aga Guest Harbour -Aga Photo: Ullensvang Turistinformasjon
Aga Guest Harbour -Aga Photo: Ullensvang Turistinformasjon

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Mooring points: 3-5

Depth: 5-6 m

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Aga Guest Harbour -Aga - Photo: Ullensvang Turistinformasjon

Aga Guest Harbour -Aga

Mooring points: 3-5 Depth: 5-6 m...

Aga Guest Harbour -Aga

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