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Crew shine at 2016 Newport Charter Yacht Show

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Crew were up and running on opening day of the Newport Charter Yacht Show. (Photos by Lucy Chabot Reed and Suzette Cook)

despite and pre-dawn hail storm. This show features 24 yachts from the 53-foot S/Y Contingency to the 161-foot M/Y Zoom Zoom Zoom. The event runs through Friday, June 24.

(PHOTOS/LUCY CHABOT REED and SUZETTE COOK)

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