Keeping things shipshape

Greg Wessel of Sarasota, Florida, a crew member aboard the superyacht replica schooner 'Columbia' docked at New London's City Pier in Waterfront Park, secures a mast, during their unscheduled extended stay, on Thursday, Sept. 21, 2017. The ship is owned by Brian D`Isernia and based in Panama City, Florida. The crewb decided to wait out the hurricanes, possibly departing next week.  (Tim Martin/The Day)
Greg Wessel of Sarasota, Florida, a crew member aboard the superyacht replica schooner "Columbia" docked at New London's City Pier in Waterfront Park, secures a mast, during their unscheduled extended stay, on Thursday, Sept. 21, 2017. The ship is owned by Brian D`Isernia and based in Panama City, Florida. The crewb decided to wait out the hurricanes, possibly departing next week. (Tim Martin/The Day)

Greg Wessel of Sarasota, Florida, a crew member aboard the superyacht replica schooner "Columbia" docked at New London's City Pier in Waterfront Park, secures a mast, during their scheduled extended stay, on Thursday, Sept. 21, 2017. The ship is owned by Brian D'Isernia and based in Panama City, Florida. The crew decided to wait out the hurricanes, possibly departing next week. 

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