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Season’s Greeting to all our family and friends around the world from the crew of M/Y Archimedes. Sent from Sao Vicente, Cape Verde.

Crew from left front row: Interior Manager Victoria Dennis, Stew Julianne Frith, Stew Barbara Cullan and 3rd Engineer Jon Myers. From left center row: Sous Chef Max Pateman, Chief Stew (Responsible for  wonderful Christmas costumes) Sasa Henkel, 2nd Stewardess Sierra Litwin and Stew Cari Childers. From left back row: IT Engineer Morgan Morrison, 2nd Officer Max Haynes, Capt. Chris Walsh, Deckhand Shem Mitchell, Chief Engineer Victor Mosher, Head Chef Aaron Ryan, Deckhand Callum Casson, 1st Officer Matt Coleman, 2nd Engineer Time Bele and Deckhand Matt Stargel.

Crew from left front row: Interior Manager Victoria Dennis, Stew Julianne Frith, Stew Barbara Cullan and 3rd Engineer Jon Myers. From left center row: Sous Chef Max Pateman, Chief Stew (Responsible for  wonderful Christmas costumes) Sasa Henkel, 2nd Stewardess Sierra Litwin and Stew Cari Childers. From left back row: IT Engineer Morgan Morrison, 2nd Officer Max Haynes, Capt. Chris Walsh, Deckhand Shem Mitchell, Chief Engineer Victor Mosher, Head Chef Aaron Ryan, Deckhand Callum Casson, 1st Officer Matt Coleman, 2nd Engineer Time Bele and Deckhand Matt Stargel.

The crew of M/Y Archimedes

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