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Nearly 300 captains, crew and industry pros joined us last night for Triton Networking at chandlery Longbow Marine in Fort Lauderdale. Low humidity and a cool breeze added to the Southern hospitality theme as guests enjoyed fried chicken, potato salad and banana pudding along with camaraderie. Join us at Triton Networking in December; all are welcome. Photos by Lucy Reed

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