Triton networks with Zodiac, Lifeline

Mar 7, 2018 by Dorie Cox

More than 160 captains, crew and industry professionals strolled around the warehouse of Zodiac of Fort Lauderdale and enjoyed the hospitality of parent company Lifeline Inflatable Services. Delicious food and beverages opened doors for crew to make new contacts in the yacht industry. Photos by Dorie Cox

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