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M/Y Copasetic Capt. Ian Van der Watt and his wife Cici have been traveling the world and working together on yachts for 26 years. The secret to their success is "Listening to each other."

M/Y Copasetic Capt. Ian Van der Watt and his wife Cici have been traveling the world and working together on yachts for 26 years. The secret to their success is “Listening to each other.”  Photo by Suzette Cook

M/Y Copasetic Capt. Ian Van der Watt and his wife Cici have been traveling the world and working together on yachts for 26 years. The secret to their success is “Listening to each other.”The Triton wants to hear from captains and crew who have managed to maintain solid relationships while working together on megayachts. Send your story and a photo to suzette@the-triton.com, and enjoy Valentine’s Day. 

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