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"70cl / 40.0% - Nordes Atlantic Galician Gin is a rather intriguing Spanish gin made with an Albarino-grape-based spirit, rather than your more commonly seen grain-based spirit, along with 11 botanicals, including 6 local ones from Galicia such as eucalyptus, lemon verbena and samphire, which gives the gin a complex maritime quality. The result is a bold flavour profile that would befit summer drinks and cocktails. The bottle is quite stylish too - very impressive stuff."
The Dali Dining Chair Cream is highly stylish. The faux leather seat works with a tall backrest to produce an ergonomic sitting experience. A chrome frame provides trusty foundations while protective plugs sit below in an effort to preserve floors.Dimensions:Seat Height: 48cmOverall Height: 93cmExternal Seat Width: 43cmBackrest Height: 50cmSeat Depth: 41cmOverall Seat Depth: 52cm
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This is an exquisite replica of the 1982 South Atlantic Medal and is ideal for the collector or as a replacement.
This medal is awarded to men and women who have served at least 30 days service, continuous or accumulated, in the South Atlantic during the Falklands War of 1982. Specifically, this service must have been carried out between 7 Degrees South and 60 Degrees South. It also had to have been completed between 2nd April and 14th June, 1982.
The front of the medal features the effigy of Queen Elizabeth II, with the reverse featuring the emblem of the Falkland Islands. It is supported by the ribbon featuring the sea green, blue and white ribbon.
These are stunning new productions and the only difference form the originals is that these have a discreet 'copy' written on the reverse side of the medal, this can clearly be seen in the pictures.
These medals are made in Great Britain by one of the finest and oldest medal and military accoutrement manufacturers in the country (UK Medal Office Approved), so you know that in terms of quality these cannot be beaten.
Just to clarify, these medals are MoD approved reproductions of the genuine issue medals and can be issued without reservation or application. The original genuine medals can only be issued through application to the MoD / UK government.
'I cannot imagine setting sail without it' SAIL'A must for all aspiring ocean crossers' Yachting WorldWe call it `The Pond', yet the Atlantic Ocean covers one fifth of the surface of our planet and one third of its surface area of water. It is still a mighty big pond to cross! Realising the dream of an Atlantic crossing remains a challenge but the rewards are many and lifelong. The Atlantic Crossing Guide is well established as the standard reference for anyone planning an Atlantic voyage, whether via the trade wind route to the Caribbean or to Europe from the United States., The better prepared you are the greater your chances of success. Packed full of the collective wisdom of cruising sailors over four decades, this new edition has been updated to include advice on: PREPARATIONS* suitable boats, including considerations of hull integrity* equipment and maintenance* advances in navigation and communications systems* access to weather and routeing information* the balance of power input and usage* planning for hurricane season* risk management * crew harmony and health* provisioning PASSAGE PLANNING * Atlantic weather systems, including tropical waves and hurricanes* common routes and timings across the Atlantic * seasonal cruising along bordering coasts and within Atlantic island groups* fog and ice in the higher latitudes* key landfalls 'A fantastic amount of information' Yachting Monthly