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FLIBS19: ’92 America’s Cup mini-reunion at 4th annual AIG dinner

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AIG hosted its 4th annual Superyacht Captains Invitational dinner last night.

Among the 30 invitees was more than half a dozen captains who worked together on the America’s Cup campaign in 1992.

Photo by Lucy Chabot Reed

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