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Triton networking with Viking SurfSup

There was no joke at April Fools networking with yacht crew and industry professionals during the Triton event with Viking SurfSUP in Ft. Lauderdale. About 200 people gathered for regular first Wednesday of the month networking at Bahia Cabana Beach Resort Marina Restaurant and Bar by the beach. PHOTOS/DORIE COX and SHALOM WEISS

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