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Crew enjoy Super Bowl, too

Capt. David Sloate (in referee shirt, center) and the crew of M/Y Cocktails took the owner’s desire to have fun on Super Bowl Sunday to heart, with costumes and the game on every screen, including the nine on the bridge. About 50 guests — most Miami Dolphins fans — enjoyed the vessel and the crew’s efforts, though they weren’t all thrilled that division rival New England Patriots edged out the win. In the standing photo, Capt. Dan from the program’s S/F Miss Cocktails, is in front, also in a referee shirt. Photos provided.

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