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  • Allan Field conducting the Annual Meeting
    Thursday, July 31 2014 @ 06:00 PM EDT
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Underside of starboard winch with hand-hole cover removed. Winch could not be located further aft or further outboard. If further inboard, the port winch would have interfered with the larger cockpit locker lid.
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