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Crew Eye: Safety training on MY Ocean Club

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Chief Officer Quinton Snyman checks the harness of Deckhand Nichole Monroe before she works over the side of M/Y Ocean Club, a 164-foot Trinity, in Bonafacio, Corsica, this summer. Capt. Herb Magney said the entire job undergoes a thorough safety review of Monroe’s rig and tools and other details of the job, including who will spot her. Once checked, the two crew assess all risks with the captain before the job begins.

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