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Triton Expo April 2016

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More than 600 people in the yachting industry joined the Spring Triton Expo at Ft. Lauderdale’s Bahia Mar Marina on the first Wednesday in April. The networking opportunity took place among about 50 vendor displays and offered a variety of food and beverages. The next Expo will be held during the Ft. Lauderdale boat show season. PHOTOS/SUZETTE COOK AND DORIE COX

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