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Triton Expo 2019 draws big crowd

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As yachts begin to arrive in town for the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, more than 1,000 yacht captains, crew, and business professionals met up at the biannual Triton Expo. With beverages, food, raffles, and samples the yachting industry gathered at Global Marine Travel for the 24th edition of our biggest event of the year. Stay tuned for the next expo in April. For more information on all our events, subscribe to The Triton’s weekly email at www.the-triton.com. Photos by Tom Serio

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