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More yacht crews pitched in to help YachtAid Global move donated medical and school supplies to needy communities around the world.



The crew of the 193-foot M/Y Seawolf picked up aid in Panama City and dropped it off at the secluded Islas Secas 25nm away. Following in the steps of M/Y Lady Lola, which carried similar supplies in February, the Seawolf crew loaded supplies for the local communities that border Coiba National Park.



“Everyone at YachtAid Global extends a huge thank you to captain and crew of both yachts for making a stand, and acting as a catalyst to inspire others to do good things,” said Mark Drewelew, a former yacht captain and founder of the non-profit group. “These are the sorts of actions that are changing the public perception of the superyacht industry.”

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