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The threat of Hurricane Dorian pushed The Triton’s regular first-Wednesday-of-the-month networking event back one week. Nonetheless, more than 220 yacht captains, crew and industry professionals kicked off the yachting season with cold drinks and snacks on Sept. 11 with Neptune Group Yachting. Photos by Dorie Cox

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