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KEEP IT SIMPLE

DAVE MARTIN BEGAN pushing ink in 1951 for the late yacht-design legend Olin Stephens. Martin opened his own office in 1955, and while he took time off a few years ago to go sailing and fishing, he’s back at the board working on yacht designs for a new

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