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More than 200 captains, crew and industry joined us for Triton Networking last night with Italian yacht builder Baglietto.

Our guests enjoyed a tour of Baglietto’s production offices, which it shares with Bertram Yachts, and mingled under cool, clear South Florida skies.

Our hosts raffled off high performance shirts and The Triton handed crew our coveted long-sleeve Ts.

Make plans to just us next time.

Photos by Dorie Cox

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