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Miami18: Crew prep for Miami show’s opening day

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Yacht crew were hard at work today preparing their vessels for tomorrow’s opening of the 30th annual Miami Yacht Show. Under bright skies, the weather heated up as suds and chamois cloths worked their magic. Photos by Tom Serio.

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