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Crew work with a smile, rain or shine at Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show

Early weather reports suggested showers as an anticipated cold front came through, but the skies quickly darkened and the rains came suddenly in late morning. By the time yachts were chamoised, the rain returned. Again and again. Crew still maintained their smiles, though. PHOTOS/TOM SERIO and DORIE COX

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