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What Beverly Hills is to shoppers, Catalina is to California yachtsmen and the Renzo 4.o Express

October 4, 2007
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Larry Dunmire

Renzo 4.0 Express

Larry Dunmire

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Two Renzos at sunrise. Larry Dunmire

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A sign on Pleasure Pier in Avalon. Larry Dunmire

Renzo 4.0 Express

An Avalon Street sign. Larry Dunmire

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Guests Rachel and Jesse on the Express 4.0. Larry Dunmire

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The Renzo Express 4.0 off the island’s forbidding coast, where WWII commandos trained for combat in Italy and France. Larry Dunmire

Renzo 4.0 Express

Avalon Harbor Beach Larry Dunmire

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As we found, the real attraction of Catalina is that you can make it what you want. Larry Dunmire

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Hollywood loves Catalina: John Wayne could often be spotted leaning on the railing of his converted Minesweeper, having a smoke while contemplating Avalon Harbor. Larry Dunmire
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