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Triton Expo No. 20 draws record crowd

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More than 750 yacht captains, crew and industry gathered on the grounds of The Sails last night for the 20th edition of Triton Expo, a record crowd for our spring event. More than 60 vendors doled out food and drink to showcase a variety of countries, more than a dozens of which offered raffle prizes for our guests. Photos by Tom Serio and Dorie Cox

We’ll do it again in the fall. For more information as the date draws near, visit our Triton Expo page.

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