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Capt. Devon Tull of M/Y Carpe Diem, a 72-foot Hatteras, searches for the Crew Mess column and recipe in The Triton.

She took a break during the Newport Charter Yacht Show in June to read Capt. John Wampler’s Bahamian Guava Duff recipe.

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