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On the docks with chefs, yacht crew at Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show

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Time to shine a camera eye on perhaps the most essential player in a yacht crew world: the chef, who perform a yeoman’s job keeping guests and crew well fed. The Triton peaked into many yacht galleys yesterday to find these culinary creators ready to craft the next meal. And when a chef wasn’t available for a photo, crew tried to fill in. (Not always a good idea.) Thanks, chefs. PHOTOS/TOM SERIO

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