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Crew on charter duty during America’s Cup races

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The crew on M/Y Rena are at work with yacht charters, even as America’s Cup events race around them. Many guests are taking advantage of temporary permits to charter for the first time in Bermuda, and yachts are in the country from mid-May to mid-July. Capt. Brad Baker shared photos from onboard and around the island.

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