Triton spotted in Cuba

Mar 20, 2018 by Triton Staff

Former Trinity Yachts executive Billy Smith, now vice president of the Superyachts Division at MarineMax, sailed his Triton down to Bahia de Nipe in Cuba recently.

Rainbow on his shoulder: Billy Smith, vice president of the Superyachts Division at MarineMax

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