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Jul 30, 2015 by Dorie Cox · Full size is 1268 × 912 pixels

Attendees of The Triton’s August Bridge luncheon were, from left, Bernard Calot (freelance), Michael Bain of M/Y Huey’s Island, Caleb Semtner of M/Y Brio, Mark Howard, Ian Stuart of M/Y Nine Stars, Herb Magney of M/Y Island Heiress and Scott Redlhammer (freelance). PHOTO/LUCY REED

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