Triton Spotted in BrazilOct 19, 2018 by To the Triton
Andreia Caprioli and Capt. Ned Stone keep up with the latest Triton news during a visit to the beach town of Ubatuba, Brazil. They attended the São Paulo Boat Show, billed as the largest indoor nautical show in Latin America, which ran Sept. 27 – Oct. 2. Capt. Stone reported that Azimuth is building 58, 62 and 74-foot vessels in Brazil for the South American market.
“This is a special place with gorgeous historic buildings and lots of protected anchorages nearby,” Capt. Stone wrote in an email.
By Dorie Cox Construction is underway at Las Olas Marina, but it does not impact the in-water display at this year’s show. The marina’s dock layout remains similar to
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