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On September 1, 1937, Sir Campbell headed out onto the calm blue waters of Lake Maggiore on the Swiss-Italian frontier to set the world waterspeed record of 126.
On September 1, 1937, Campbell headed out onto the calm blue waters of Lake Maggiore on the Swiss-Italian frontier to establish his legend as he set the world water speed record of 126.
When we fancied going to the beach, we found a perfect cove of soft sand and calm blue water just a 10 minute walk away.
Its crashing waves are in direct contrast to the calm blue waters of Pigeon Point a little further south.
Peter grinned, watching the calm blue water merge with the sky.
IT should have been moored in the calm blue waters off Mexico as its passengers sunbathed on the golden sands of Acapulco.
The calm blue waters and palm tree-lined white sands of Isla Tortuga is accessible through tour operator Calypso Tours, which provides bus transportation from San Jose to Puntarenas and boat transportation to the island on a luxury catamaran, complete with music and cocktails.
When they weren't soaking up the sun or swimming the three of them tried their skills at roaring across the calm blue waters on jet-skis.