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MYS17: Scenes from the Monaco Yacht Show

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Triton associate editor Susan Jobe is on the docks during the Monaco Yacht Show this week. The show runs Sept. 26-30. Jobe is sharing news and photos during the week.

Photos from the docks as well as an ACREW happy hour at La Rascasse and a crew party with music by DJs Envy Soul at the YachtNeeds booth.

Click to see these photos on Facebook.

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