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We launch a brand-new Grand Banks 47 Heritage Classic with a cruise around Singapore, plus a side trip to exotic Langkawi.

October 4, 2007
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Grand Banks 47 Heritage Classic

Traditional Thai houses in Langkawi, on the Malaysia-Thailand border. Gary John Norman

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Hull number one, Grand banks 47 Heritage Classic, in Singapore. Gary John Norman

Grand Banks 47 Heritage Classic

A Chinese temple in Singapore. Gary John Norman

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The 2006 Eastbay 47 in Langkawi with a custom hardtop to protect against the tropic sun. Gary John Norman

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The Eastbay cruising among some of the smaller, greener islands in the Langkawi chain. Gary John Norman

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Singapore, the economic bridge between east and west, is one of the busiest ports in the world. Gary John Norman

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The author, Peter A. Janssen. Gary John Norman

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One of the islands white-sand beaches with luch rainforests as a backdrop. Gary John Norman

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The Eastbay 47 between two of the islands in Langkawi’s 99-island archipelago. Gary John Norman

Grand Banks 47 Heritage Classic

A typical Malay-Chinese dinner in Langkawi, with views of peaceful rice paddies and water buffalo in the background. Gary John Norman

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Gary John Norman
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