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A woman attending the Boating and Maritime Festival (Credit: Ann Luk)

A woman attending the Boating and Maritime Festival in Port Jefferson poses with Joseph McGowan, 64, who goes by the pirate name Mr. Bones, during activities in Chandler Square. He has played a pirate for 13 years. (May 12, 2012)

Port Jeff Boater's Maritime Festival

Hundreds enjoy the Port Jefferson Boater's Maritime Festival.

A woman attending the Boating and Maritime Festival
(Credit: Ann Luk)

A woman attending the Boating and Maritime Festival in Port Jefferson poses with Joseph McGowan, 64, who goes by the pirate name Mr. Bones, during activities in Chandler Square. He has played a pirate for 13 years. (May 12, 2012)

Port Jefferson resident Kelli Ditomasso, 16, plays guitar
(Credit: Ann Luk)

Port Jefferson resident Kelli Ditomasso, 16, plays guitar and sings outside the Port Jefferson Brewery in Chandler Square during the Port Jefferson Boater's Maritime Festival. (May 12, 2012)

P.J. Lobster House manager Jose V. Flores demonstrates
(Credit: Ann Luk)

P.J. Lobster House manager Jose V. Flores demonstrates how to shuck a clam before a clam-shucking contest in Port Jefferson during the Boaters Maritime Festival. The restaurant provided the clams for the competition. (May 12, 2012)

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Visitors to the Port Jefferson Boaters Maritime Festival
(Credit: Ann Luk)

Visitors to the Port Jefferson Boaters Maritime Festival take in the exhibit of new boats. (May 12, 2012)

Rickie Sak, 44, left, and his brother Peter
(Credit: Ann Luk)

Rickie Sak, 44, left, and his brother Peter Sak, 35, both of New Haven, Conn., came to the Boaters Martime Festival in Port Jefferson for the boats and the ambience. (May 12, 2012)

Members of Ye Pyrate Brotherhood help host two
(Credit: Ann Luk)

Members of Ye Pyrate Brotherhood help host two pirate shows and a treasure hunt during the Boaters Maritime Festival in Port Jefferson. (May 12, 2012)

Port Jefferson Chamber of Commerce board member, from
(Credit: Ann Luk)

Port Jefferson Chamber of Commerce board member, from left in official T-shirts, Barbara Ransome, 56, and Joanne Frischling, 61, prepare Saturday for the clam-shucking and clam-eating competitions during the Boaters Maritime Festival. The contestants entered for $5 and the winners got gift cards for Uncle Giuseppe's Marketplace. (May 12, 2012)

P.J. Lobster House manager Jose V. Flores demonstrates
(Credit: Ann Luk)

P.J. Lobster House manager Jose V. Flores demonstrates clam-shucking before the competition Saturday during the Boaters Maritime Festival in Port Jefferson. The restaurant provided the clams for the competition. (May 12, 2012)

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Oakdale resident Ellen Weidner, 41, carries her daughter
(Credit: Ann Luk)

Oakdale resident Ellen Weidner, 41, carries her daughter Shayna, 3, Saturday during activities in Harborfront Park during the Port Jefferson Boaters Maritime Festival. (May 12, 2012)

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