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From SoundingsOnline. My unusual adventures aboard a beautiful 1930s-era power yacht. By Capt. Lou Boudreau

The 110-foot Electra

It was 1992 and I was captain of a lovely old 110-foot power yacht named Electra. She was a creation of the 1930s, with none of the chrome and fiberglass that one sees so often today. Electra echoed the charm of a bygone era of rich teak brightwork and lovely mahogany. The interior was restored to its original grandeur, complete with grand piano, stained-glass hatches and polished brass fittings. Read on…

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