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FLIBS17: Crew busy with rain, chamois

Crew start the morning with chamois in hand after an overnight rain surprised many people at the 58th annual Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show on Saturday. Intermittent showers kept crew on their toes throughout the morning with cloud cover much of the day. Photos by Dorie Cox, Tom Serio and Lucy Reed

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