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Triton Spotted in London with sailing legend

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Triton Publisher Lucy Chabot Reed (right) enjoyed listening to bluewater sailing legend Jimmy Cornell (center) discuss his latest book — “Cornell’s Ocean Atlas” — with Bluewater Books and Charts owner Vivien Godfrey (left) at the London Boat Show in May.

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Lucy Chabot Reed is publisher and founding editor of The Triton.

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