Ship Chandlers

Charlotte Renner from Maine Public Radio reports on modern-day ship chandlers. They buy supplies for seagoing vessels, which used to require mostly grocery shopping. But the demands of the job have changed, and the chandlers sometimes have to be more enterprising.

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