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Opening day Palm Beach International Boat Show

Everything was in ship shape for opening day at the Palm Beach International Boat Show today. But crew know that a yacht in a show is never clean enough and that’s why they start and end with cleaning. Photos by Dorie Cox and Suzette Cook

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