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Triton Spotted in New York

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First Mate Michael Sekiya reads his Triton in New York Harbor on a Florida-to-Connecticut delivery with Capt. John Wampler in August. Sekiya served with Capt. Wampler in the U.S. Coast Guard 43 years ago in Hawaii. They recently reconnected on Facebook.

First Mate Michael Sekiya

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