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Miami20: Miami Yacht Show covers two locations

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Yacht crew were on and ready for the second day of the Miami Yacht Show Friday. Larger yachts were on display at Island Gardens Deep Harbour Marina in Miami, a short water taxi ride away.

The main part of the show is held in downtown Miami for the second year at One Herald Plaza.

Photos by Dorie Cox

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