FLIBS18: Scene on the docks

Nov 4, 2018 by Tom Serio

The day was warm and the docks were busy under overcast skies on Saturday at the 59th annual Fort Lauderdale International boat Show. Large yacht crew kept chamois cloths in hand as they answered visitor questions and offered tours on board. Photos by Tom Serio

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