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PBIBS18: Scene on the docks and onboard

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The show must go on and it did on Saturday as crew were ready for guests. Some showed us why they are the masters of their domains, proud to show off their work areas. With one more day of the show, the traditional horn blowing will sound at 6:00 p.m. to signal the show’s close. Photos by Tom Serio

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