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Triton networks at Sirocco in March

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March Triton networking brought about 200 captains, crew, and industry to Sirocco Marine in Fort Lauderdale. The third Wednesday had tasty food and beverages, as well as many new connections and renewed relationships.

Photos by Dorie Cox

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