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More than 150 captain, crew and industry professionals joined us for our regular third-Wednesday-of-the-month Triton Networking with United Yacht Transport in Ft. Lauderdale. New crew mingled with veteran captains, placement agents and pros from a variety of yachting companies. Photos by Lucy Chabot Reed and Dorie Cox

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