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Christmas greetings from M/Y Chasseur

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From suitcoats to stockings, the crew on M/Y Chasseur, a 160-foot Christensen, embrace the holiday spirit before the owner’s holiday party recently. Look closely and you can see Capt. Nicole Patrick Fawcett’s 15-month-old daughter behind the blaring blue blazer and red slacks.

She’s a future superyacht captain in the making, Capt. Fawcett wrote.

The crew — plus one — of M/Y Chasseur.

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