Triton networks with Yacht Chandlers and ICT

Jan 7, 2016 by Dorie Cox

Several hundred captains, crew and industry professionals started the new year by networking with Yacht Chandlers and International Crew Training on the first Wednesday in January. Attendees toured classrooms, worked on simulators and navigated a model yacht in the swimming pool.  The yachting industry is invited to regular Triton events on the first and occasional third Wednesday of each month. PHOTOS/DORIE COX

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Dorie Cox is a writer with Triton News.

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