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Triton spotted in Taiwan

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Capt. Bill Wolf carried his Triton halfway around the globe to the Taiwan International Boat Show at Horizon City Marina in March. Although he maintains his license, Capt. Wolf is full-time on land as Pettit Paint’s superyacht division technical representative in order to spend more time with his family.

Where have you taken your Triton lately? Share with Triton Editor Dorie Cox at dorie@the-triton.com.

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