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Lazy Z raises money again

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The crew of M/Y Lazy Z and the IYC Crew Division held their second annual Limitless Marathon in late January to raise money for the Milo Hanlon Bursary, a scholarship to help new crew entering the industry.

More than 200 crew attended the marathon.


Winning crew include:

Chris Pyle of M/Y Seanna, who completed 41km and took first place, winning a paddleboard donated by National Marine Suppliers.

Crew mate Capt. Stewart Main ran 37km to win an iPad mini, sponsored by Yacht Fuel Services.

Deckhand Dan Maguire of M/Y Plan B ran 35km and took third place to win a Go-Pro donated by Inter-Nett.

Olivia van Lierop from M/Y Plan B and Natasha Manchester from M/Y Four Wishes tied to win the title of Girl Running the Most km.

The crew of M/Y Seanna ran more than 250km as a crew to win a champagne prize courtesy of VSF.

The prize for the best costume was awarded to the crew of M/Y Four Wishes.

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