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Triton Spotter November 2014

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Broker Jason Dunbar, vice president of Luke Brown Yachts, and Aubree Thomas of Sanlorenzo of the Americas carried their Triton on a combined business and pleasure trip to the Port of Andratx, Mallorca in September. "On this day we hopped on a Vespa to check out the beautiful southwest coastline of the island, then followed up with a ride through the breathtaking Serra de Tramuntana mountains, or as we liked to call them the ‘Tony Montañas’," Dunbar said.

Broker Jason Dunbar, vice president of Luke Brown Yachts, and Aubree Thomas of Sanlorenzo of the Americas carried their Triton on a combined business and pleasure trip to the Port of Andratx, Mallorca in September.
“On this day we hopped on a Vespa to check out the beautiful southwest coastline of the island, then followed up with a ride through the breathtaking Serra de Tramuntana mountains, or as we liked to call them the ‘Tony Montañas’,” Dunbar said.

In September, Mark Bononi, director of the yacht division at MHG Insurance, and his fiancée, Jennifer Reaves, brought their Triton mountain biking in Red Rock Canyon, Nev., for Bononi’s 40th birthday. Glad we could be there to help you celebrate.

In September, Mark Bononi, director of the yacht division at MHG Insurance, and his fiancée, Jennifer Reaves, brought their Triton mountain biking in Red Rock Canyon, Nev., for Bononi’s 40th birthday. Glad we could be there to help you celebrate.

Stew Desiree Golen was spotted onboard reading The Triton on her smartphone in the Bahamas last month. Golen and Jordan Wicht are preparing to sail around the world in a 30-foot sailboat from and will produce an adventure travel documentary series, Project Atticus. Golen is currently freelancing on yachts to replenish their refit funds before they set sail.

Stew Desiree Golen was spotted onboard reading The Triton on her smartphone in the Bahamas last month. Golen and Jordan Wicht are preparing to sail around the world in a 30-foot sailboat from and will produce an adventure travel documentary series, Project Atticus. Golen is currently freelancing on yachts to replenish their refit funds before they set sail.

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