By Harold Emert

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A must visit for tourists to New York is the Circle Line for viewing the Big Apple via its waterways, and no visit to Paris would be complete without a boat trip down the Seine.

But how many tourists have viewed the often Marvelous City of Rio de Janeiro by sailboat?

The Rio Times recently set sail for four hours around the beautiful picture postcard waterway called Guanabara Bay, once painted by the French artist Jean-Baptiste Debret (1768-1848).

We can report that not only is it a wonderful and different view . . .

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