Triton networks with United Yacht Transport

Jun 22, 2017 by Dorie Cox

About 175 captains, crew and industry professionals joined The Triton to network with United Yacht Transport on the first day of summer in Fort Lauderdale. Pizza and cold beverages made for a relaxed event to meet and greet during the regular third-Wednesday-of-the-month event. Photos by Dorie Cox

 

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