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Hurricane Cove Marina & Boatyard Manager John Michael Cornell and Miami River Marine Group Executive Director Mark Bailey took The Triton up and down parts of the Miami River on April 28 to update us on developments and trends.

Here’s Cornell on what he’s is noticing about the next generation of boaters.

 

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