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Triton Spotted in Brazil

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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.

 

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