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FLIBS18: Scene in the Oasis

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Even though Fort Lauderdale International boat Show is in the United States, yacht crew from around the world try not to miss their favorite pastime – international rugby. During downtime on Saturday, crew caught up on their favorite teams on the big screen in The Oasis Lounge at Swimming Hall of Fame. Photos by Tom Serio

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