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The Triton networks with MHG Insurance Brokers

More than 150 captains, crew and industry professionals joined The Triton for networking with MHG Insurance Brokers last night (July 6) in Ft. Lauderdale. The regular first Wednesday of the month event is a chance for old friends and new connections to talk while enjoying a beverage and snack. The yacht industry is invited, see event listings on www.the-triton.com for details. PHOTOS/DORIE COX

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