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Triton networks with Bluewater

More than 300 captains, crew and industry professionals were on hand to network and learn more about Bluewater USA on the third Wednesday in September. The company, formerly known as Crew Unlimited, has partnered with Antibes-based Bluewater to offer placement and charter services in Ft. Lauderdale. It keeps its same staff — “same stars, new stripes,” President Ami Ira said — yet offers more services. Bluewater has also partnered with ICT, now known as Bluewater Training, to offer training and sales services on this side of the pond. PHOTOS/LUCY REED

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