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FLIBS17: Scenes from the Lurssen party

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German builder Lurssen hosted its 20th anniversary FLIBS party last night with a Roaring 20s theme. The industry dressed up to help them celebrate. Photos by Karen Dudden-Blake and Toni Barber

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