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PBIBS18: Crew and yachts shine on opening day

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A perfect, cool spring day opened the 33rd edition of the Palm Beach International Boat Show yesterday. Crew were at their sunshine-y best with smiles and shipshape yachts as guests enjoyed the display. Photos by Tom Serio

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