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MYBA18: Day 3 busy with seminars, contests, yacht hops

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Day three of the MYBA Charter Show in Barcelona started with chamois and setup followed by an early seminar on emergency care where “injured” crew learned some life-saving tips from MedAire. In the afternoon, crew competed in a new competition for deck crew, and the day ended with crew fully embracing their chosen theme on yachts open for cocktails. Photos by Dorie Cox

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