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Around the world in eighty months

Updated: December 13, 2007, 4:03 PM ET

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Their ship is, above all, a fishing vessel (as this view of the tackle room attests) and it will be the fishing that ultimately dictates the crew's direction. Depending on the season, these rods will be bowing to stripers around New Zealand's Three Kings Islands, wahoo from the Johnston Atoll, black marlin near Madagascar, tarpon in Angola, tuna off Ghana.

They're also facing the possibility that many of the fisheries they're hammering ...

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