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PBIBS18: Crew prep for opening day

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It was “all hands on deck” for the final day of preparations yesterday for today’s opening of the 33rd installment of the Palm Beach International Boat Show. Dodging bad weather the day prior, yesterday was perfect for that final wash and wipe. Look for these crew and others to be better dressed (and showered) when the show opens today at noon. Photos by Tom Serio

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