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Triton Networking with the Refit show

About 100 captains, crew and yacht industry professionals navigated rain storms to join The Triton and organizers of the 2018 Refit conference on the first Wednesday in June. Attendees enjoyed homemade chili and beverages at The Triton’s office in Fort Lauderdale, where representatives from the two-day refit seminar were on hand to answer questions about next year’s event. Photos by Susan Jobe and Leland Curtis

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2 thoughts on “Triton Networking with the Refit show

  1. Lucy Chabot Reed

    Yes! Thank you so much for letting me know. This is why all writers need an editor. 🙂

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