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Miami18: Crew at work on opening day of Miami Yacht Show

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Yacht crew finished their last projects as visitors studied the map and planned their day for the 30th annual Miami Yacht Show. Traffic on the docks was light but steady as the show opened on Collins Avenue in Miami Beach, Florida. Photos by Dorie Cox and Lucy Reed

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