Miami18: Collins gets quiet

Feb 17, 2018 by Tom Serio

Despite what appeared to be light crowds on the docks today, crew were ready nonetheless to show their yachts, knowing that it’s about quality not quantity when it comes to a qualified buyer. Forget the heat; these crew are cool. Photos by Tom Serio

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