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Fort Lauderdale weather was perfect for a barbecue party for captains and crew at Universal Marine Center on Feb. 1.

The new 106-foot Numarine M/Y Calliope pulled in to dock in time for the crew to join the festivities, which included Chef Philip Lescelleur at the grill. Photos by Dorie Cox

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