Given some of the gloriously clear waters we boaters ply, it’s only natural to want a snorkel-free portal into the underwater world

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Catch Some Air
IN AN INCREASING NUMBER OF PLACES worldwide, yachtsmen are once again allowed to visit—as long as they stay on the boat. The goal is to minimize interactions with locals and stop the spread of the novel coronavirus, essentially limiting visiting boat
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Peer Into The Depths
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Taking The Helm
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