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Gallery: Yachts from Dania Cut to West Palm Beach

Capt. Craig Jones shared the sights from the rail on his trip north on the Intracoastal Waterway from Dania Cut to West Palm Beach, Fla. today. Yachts are getting in place for the 31st annual Palm Beach International Boat Show which runs from March 17-20. PHOTOS BY CRAIG JONES

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  1. Williams banning

    This show has turned in to a world class event. Clearly evident given the size and scale of in the water YACHTS.

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