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MYBA18: Crew keep those charter smiles bright

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Crew start early each day to present their yacht’s best. About 50 yachts are on display at OneOcean Port Vell marina. Crew clean, provision and always maintain smiles as brokers and visitors come and go onboard during the second day at the 30th edition of the MYBA Charter Show in Barcelona. Photos by Dorie Cox

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