Triton Spotter in the South of France

Jun 5, 2018 by Triton Staff

It is break time for several of the crew on M/Y Ocean Club, a 160-foot Trinity, at Marina Camille Rayon near Antibes recently. From left is Deckhand Daniel Mazgar; Andrea Brunen, who handles administration for the yacht captain; and Deckhand Nichole Monroe, reading her Triton.

Triton Spotter – Antibes

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