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Yacht crew join Triton networking with Universal Marine Center

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The Triton hosted networking with more than 150 captains, crew and industry professionals at Universal Marine Center on the third Wednesday in February (Feb. 20). Attendees mingled and enjoyed food, beverages and music with a bit of dancing under the nearly full moon. Many of the guests were in town for the mid-February Miami Yacht Show. Photos by Dorie Cox

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