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The fourth annual Refit Show concluded last night with a networking happy hour after a full day of seminars, demos and exhibits. Though official statistics haven’t yet been released, the number of exhibitors and attendees appeared to be up from last year.

The Triton was on site with a booth and hosted the two free lunchtime seminars, one about art on yachts, and the other with the captains roundtable discussing estimates. Watch for those stories in our May issue and online soon. Photos by Dorie Cox and Lucy Reed


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Lucy Chabot Reed is publisher and founding editor of The Triton.

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