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De May, Marta

Nov 1, 2014 by Dorie Cox · Full size is 600 × 905 pixels

Stew Marta De May M/Y Prestige Lady 110’ Westship Absolutely, and so does the captain. (“I’m up front with no hard top, so I have to,” Capt. Ross De May said.) It’s just like flossing, either you’re doing it or you’re not.

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