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Palma18: Visitors, seminars keep show crew busy

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Ever vigilant on the aft deck, crew welcomed visitors on the second day of the 35th Palma International Boat Show in Palma de Mallorca on Saturday. Many crew attended seminars sponsored by ACrew on topics as diverse as defibrillators, menu creation, financial planning and efficient laundry systems. Exhibitors were on hand with information, snacks and entertainment during the day. Photos by Dorie Cox

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