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23rd Triton Expo welcomes more than 800 for networking

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More than 800 captains, crew and yacht industry professionals networked at the Triton Expo last night. The 23rd installment of the event gathered more than 50 vendors with booths and setups to showcase their goods and services to help crew optimize their work. The event was held outside West Marine Pro in Fort Lauderdale. Photos by Dorie Cox

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