Triton sort-of Spotted in HortaOct 4, 2019 by Lucy Chabot Reed
A veteran yacht captain and friend of The Triton who was bringing a boat across from the Med to Fort Lauderdale saw this on the dock in Horta and thought of us.
“See you at the boat show if the hurricanes go away,” he wrote.
Fair winds out there, Goose.
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