Triton Expo October 2016

Oct 13, 2016 by Dorie Cox

About 800 captains, crew and industry professionals braved blustery conditions and enjoyed the Triton Expo at Universal Marine Center in Ft. Lauderdale on Oct. 12. More than 40 vendors displayed their goods and services, shared food and beverages, and generally networked in our semi-annual crew-focused trade show. We also enjoyed a fashion show by Zeidel & Co., a trivia contest hosted by Aqualuxe Outfitting and MPT, an Argentinian barbecue courtesy of RPM Diesel, and a 10-piece Mariachi band. Make plans to join us in mid-April for the next Triton Expo. Photos/Dorie Cox and Tom Serio

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Dorie Cox is a writer with Triton News.

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