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Miami18: Collins gets quiet

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Despite what appeared to be light crowds on the docks today, crew were ready nonetheless to show their yachts, knowing that it’s about quality not quantity when it comes to a qualified buyer. Forget the heat; these crew are cool. Photos by Tom Serio

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