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Captains and crew don their pajamas for the National Marine party

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It was nightie night at National Marine Suppliers’ annual customer appreciation party. From fuzzy slippers, comfy robes and p.j.s to negligee, captains and crew dressed the part for the Breast Slumber Party Ever to raise money for breast cancer awareness and research.  PHOTOS BY LUCY REED

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