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Bluewater, Yacht Chandlers host Yacht Crew Ugly Sweater contest

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Bluewater Crew, Charter & Brokerage USA and Yacht Chandlers hosted a Crew Ugly Sweater contest on Dec. 18. About 50 yacht crew and industry professionals, plus Santa Claus, gathered for the festivities which included a Christmas Cookie Bake Off at Lauderdale Marine Center in Fort Lauderdale. Photos by Dorie Cox

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