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Several crew from M/Y Kismet, a 223-foot Lurssen, take a break from duties to have a laugh and pose for a photo with their Tritons during the Miami Yacht Show in February.

The yacht was at the SuperYacht Miami portion of the show at Island Gardens Deep Harbour Marina on Watson Island in Miami.

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