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FLIBS19: Oasis offers cool, magical break from show

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More crew from the main docks found their way to the Oasis Lounge yesterday, traveling both by Oasis tender (at the Moran dock) and by shuttle bus to enjoy the lunchtime camaraderie.

Magician/mentalist John Born stopped by yesterday to dazzle a few crew with his sophisticated magic.

Photos by Lucy Chabot Reed

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