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The American Boat that Sailed to Vietnam During the War. Then It Disappeared

Al Hugon was lying on the carpet of his vacation home in Santa Cruz, California, staring up at a bookshelf. It was late summer, 1997, and news coverage of Princess Diana’s death was the only thing on TV. Hugon, who ran a printing business in the Bay Area, was gently pestering his girlfriend to move onto his 50-foot sailboat with him. When Hugon had purchased the boat seven years earlier at an auction, a piece of plywood covered a hole in its hull.
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