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Chief Engr. Paul Simpson teaches Stew/Deck assistant Queenie Alara how to service a generator on M/Y Big Blue in Rybovich Superyacht Marina in West Palm Beach recently.

Photo from Capt. Grant Maughan

Chief Engr. Paul Simpson teaches Stew/Deck assistant Queenie Alara how to service a generator on M/Y Big Blue in Rybovich Superyacht Marina in West Palm Beach recently. Photo from Capt. Grant Maughan

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