Triton Today Friday gallery shots

Nov 5, 2016 by Tom Serio

A lot was going on inside the yachts on Friday. Stews on a number of yachts participated in tabletop dressing contests, with some elaborate table displays that included gilded gods, Aztec themes and even a smoking volcano, not to mention a few that donned god-like garb.

Down below, engineers graciously posed with their “heavy metal” they so dearly love. Perhaps the unsung heroes, these guys keep things humming so yachts can keep on cruising. PHOTOS/TOM SERIO

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