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Huckins Hybrid Sportsman 38

The St. Johns River is an anomaly. Unlike nearly every other river in the United States, it flows north to the sea. It’s the ideal setting for Huckins Yachts, a custom builder that’s snubbed marketplace trends since the late 1920s. I recently stopped in to the Jacksonville facility to see owner Cindy

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