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Capt. Jonathan Brunold was chartering in the Bahamas recently aboard M/Y Moni, a 107-foot Vicem.

To catch up on news, he picked up a copy of The Triton at The Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park headquarters from Ranger Cherry and hiked to the top of Boo Boo Hill at Warderick Wells to read in peace.

Where have you taken your Triton lately? Let us know and you might make it in print and online.

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