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10 Favorite Boat Trips

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If you’re always looking for a boat ride, Britain’s The Guardian newspaper shared its readers’ favorite trips from around the world.

Locations varied from a dinner cruise around Tokyo Bay to a castle viewing ride on one of Germany’s largest lakes, dolphin watching off Madeira, riding to Malta’s Blue Grotto, swimming among the stars in Panama, and a slightly hair-raising pedal boating experience around Amsterdam’s canals.

You can see the top 10 boat trips at The Guardian’s website.

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