Yacht crew gather after weathering Hurricane Irma in UMC

Sep 14, 2017 by Dorie Cox

About 100 yacht crew and industry professionals gathered under the tiki hut at Universal Marine Center last night (Sept. 14) for a post-Hurricane Irma party. Crew from about 55 yachts were invited for paella and barbecue and a cold beverage. PHOTOS/DORIE COX

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