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Triton Spotted in Connecticut

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Mystic, Connecticut, is a great spot to catch up on yachting news.

Capt. Joe Walier, pictured left, carried one on his recent delivery of the 66-foot Viking Shooter from Jupiter, Florida, to the historic Connecticut town this summer.

He and Tom Scranton, Shooter‘s owner (pictured at right), note that “Shooter is looking for a new home.”


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