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Crew Eye: On Lake Pontchartrain in New Orleans

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The crew of M/Y Lady Gayle Marie enjoy a sunny winter day on Lake Pontchartrain’s West End Canal early this year. From left, Stew Jessica Lail, Bosun Jonathan Hardin, Stew/Deck Katie Hamm, Mate Hayden Smith and Capt. Scott Schwaner. Photo by Lisa Overing

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