Triton Today survey: Does your boat have iPad technology onboard?

Nov 7, 2015 by Dorie Cox

The Triton Today checked in with crew to find out if their boats use iPad technology. More and more vessels are using the devices for convenience. iPads control televisions, stereos, closing the blinds and more. PHOTOS BY SUZETTE COOK and LUCY REED

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