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Triton Spotted in Western Australia

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First Officer Alice Darley joined her sister and family on a campervan road trip in Western Australia this fall.

Darley’s niece, Isla Rose Cushley, posed with The Triton at Monkey Mia, a popular tourist destination in Denham in the Shark Bay Marine Park.

Where have you taken your Triton lately? Share a photo with us at editor@the-triton.com or on Facebook at TritonNews.

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