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The crew of motoryacht Lady Lola cruise New York area

This summer, the crew of the 205-foot (62.5m) Oceanco M/Y Lady Lola cruised a bit around New York and Newport but also had time to do some maintenance. Chef Betsy McDonald gets swallowed by the full immersion suit.

The crew enjoyed a birthday celebration for Stew Jenn Koreski at a Michelin-starred restaurant named Public. Around the table from lower left is Deckhand Morgan Drew, First Officer Gareth of M/Y Baton Rouge, Koreski, Chef Betsy McDonald, Sous Chef Jackie Perez, Chief Eng. Luis Wainer, Capt. Mac McDonald, and 2nd Stew Toni Vettoretti.

“Wine was drunk, tales were told and fun was had by all,” Capt. Mac McDonald reported. “It’s been an awesome summer.”

Being “home alone” in New York City for a few weeks in early October made for a nice end to the summer. From left, 2nd Officer Giles Trenear-Harvey and Deckhand Morgan Drew enjoy the scene.

 

Sous Chef Jackie Perez, Chef Betsy McDonald, Stew Morgan Starner and Stew Jenn Koreski took care of the interior.

 

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