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Triton Expo 2017

The Fall Triton Expo brought together more than 750 captains, crew and industry professionals last night to network and meet with 42 yacht-related businesses on site to showcase their goods and services. The popular, low-key, free trade show was held at Universal Marine Center in Fort Lauderdale, complete with music, food, cold beverages and an after-party in the Tiki Hut. We’ll do it again in the spring on April 4. Photos by Dorie Cox and Tom Serio

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2 thoughts on “Triton Expo 2017

  1. Lucy Chabot Reed

    Thanks EYS! Great to have you there. The next Triton Expo is April 4 in Fort Lauderdale. Find out more as the date gets close by hovering over Events in the black bar above and clicking on Triton Expo.

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