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Crew learn, compete, relax during Acrew Sint Maarten

More than 250 captains and crew added to their onboard and personal expertise during Acrew Sint Maarten, a free event for crew at Yacht Club Port de Plaisance on Jan 19-20. Acrew and the yacht club partnered to offer a medical refresher course, a splicing class, information on fueling, a rum tasting and information for crew to manage personal finances. Crew also networked during a Prohibition party as well as during classes in cigar rolling, cocktail making and a DJ workshop. PHOTOS/JOEL AYUK

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