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Triton Networking with Ronnie’s at UMC

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Just days after the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, more than 200 yacht captains, crew and business professionals gathered for Triton Networking in Fort Lauderdale.

Many long-time friends and new acquaintances enjoyed Brazilian barbecue with beverages under the tiki hut at Universal Marine Center with Ronnie’s Custom Carpet Cleaning on the first Wednesday in November.

Photos by Tom Serio

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