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Tritons spotted during Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show

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Camden Brady visited the Fort Lauderdale International Boat show for the second time in her one-and-a-half years and was spotted on the docks with a Triton Today. Her father, Capt. Andy Brady on M/Y Lampin’ worked during the show and her mother, former stew and captain Tehane Brady, drew The Boat Show Bingo found regularly in Triton Today. Other yacht crew at the 59th show read the Triton Today for show news, photos, and events.

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