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Aug 25, 2015 by Dorie Cox · Full size is 1600 × 1067 pixels

Aboard M/Y Bayou, a 120-foot 1979 Breaux’s Bay Craft, Capt. Keith Hogberg was doing his part to keep this private yacht ship shape. Enjoying the final days of tranquility in Sag Harbor, Capt. Hogberg headed south in August, making a few stops on his way to Miami. PHOTO/TOM SERIO

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