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Electric and hybrid industry makes way into yachting

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More than two hundred attendees listened to introductory talks during the first day of the Electric and Hybrid Marine World Expo. The conference runs three days in Ft. Lauderdale.

Click here for Triton TV video overview of opening morning talks.

For details and free tickets, visit www.electricandhybridmarineworldexpoflorida.com.

 

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