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Crowds ride into the night at Sunrise Harbor Marina 2018

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Yacht captains and crew and professionals from the industry mingled over food and beverages at Sunrise Harbor Marina’s annual appreciation party in Fort Lauderdale. Attendees embraced the theme, Ride into the Night and danced the night away with the classic rock band. Photos by Dorie Cox

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