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Antigua19: Crew shine through rain drops

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Yacht crew kept their chamois close during rain showers at this year’s Antigua Charter Yacht Show.

Showings and yacht hops went on during the show, which ran Dec. 4-9 and covered three locations at the Antigua Yacht Club Marina, Falmouth Harbour Marina, and Nelson’s Dockyard Marina.

Photos by Billy Black 

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