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Emile Stafford sent us a beautiful sunset shot taken “aboard my very first yacht as a yachtie” from the Villas at Vizcaya in Miami on Feb. 15th.

But it was the photo taken just inside Great Harbor, Jost Van Dyke in the BVI in July that we loved. The photo came with this description: “The first mate rings in over the radio yelling, ‘Hey Cap, you have got to see this. We picked up another anchor.’ We all make our way out to the bow to find a hundred-year-old anchor hanging off our bow.”

 

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