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Crew Eye: Cleaning every nook and cranny onboard

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Relief Chief Stew Ari Odore, left, and Second Stew Tash Knight use cotton swabs to micro-clean the bridge console on M/Y Albula, formerly Turmoil, a 210-foot Royal Denship launched in 2007. Photo by Capt. Grant Maughan

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