FLIBS17: Crew open the 58th annual FLIBS

Nov 2, 2017 by Dorie Cox

Yacht crew typically have a special type of relationship because they live, as well as work, on board together. This makes for terrific group shots as they take a break for photos on opening day of the 58th annual Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show on Wednesday. Photos by Tom Serio and Dorie Cox

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FLIBS17: Crew open the 58th annual FLIBS

FLIBS17: Crew open the 58th annual FLIBS

Yacht crew typically have a special type of relationship because they live, as well as work, on board together. This makes for terrific group shots as they take a