Triton Spotter at Newport Shipyard

Jul 17, 2018 by Triton Staff

Matt Rosenberg, sales director of Connecticut-based Colony Hardware, poses with his Triton in the ship’s store at Newport Shipyard during the Newport Charter Show in mid June. Colony distributes tools and equipment to yachts and the yards that work on them.

Newport Shipyard

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