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Write to be heard: Missing my Bridge lunches

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Did you do away with the Bridge lunch? I’ve always enjoyed reading what captains believed. Owners sometimes don’t know what captains are thinking.

As for me and the company yacht, I think the articles have helped me to become a better person.

Thanks.

Pawpamayer, through our Web site

Editor’s Note: Don’t worry, we still host our captains From the Bridge lunches every month. The story appears on our front page and online, too. Anyone who earns their living running someone else’s yacht is welcome to attend. E-mail us for an invite: editorial@the-triton.com.

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