M/Y Vixit shares a Crew Eye

Oct 12, 2019 by To the Triton

Capt. Greg Russell shared these photos from a Facebook post that was taken in Portofino, Italy, in late August with the following note: “Season done! 57 days, 2,800 miles, 70 tonnes of fuel, +20 marinas, +30 anchorages, more overnighters than you can throw a stick at. Thank you to all involved. Very well done to all my crew on M/Y Vixit.”
The crew pictured are, back row from left, First Officer Aaron Williams, Head Chef Jacob Cildavul, Deckhand Jean-Pierre “JP” Myburgh, Sous Chef Jess Quenby, Bosun Dave Chirlin, Capt. Russell and Chief Engineer Phil Burger; front row from left, Deckhand Kale Woods, Stew Dakota Dance, Deck/Stew Saaskia England, Second Stew Srdjana Durdic, Stew Sara Hoitsema, and Second Engineer Patrik De Villet.

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