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Yacht crew at Palm Beach International Boat Show on Friday

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Crew at the 30th annual Palm Beach International Boat Show yesterday were all smiles as the show heated up in the morning under sunny skies and busier crowds. Thunderstorms moved in by early afternoon, chasing guests off the docks and crew under cover, chamois in hand. Today promises clear skies, cooler temps and more guests. PHOTOS/TOM SERIO and LUCY REED

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