Miami20: Cooling off under the tents at Miami show

Feb 15, 2020 by Lucy Chabot Reed

The on-land, under-air portion of the Miami Yacht Show was expanded to two tents this year, featuring an indoor dining space and room for mingling.

We visited our advertisers and Triton supporters yesterday to catch up on all the news.

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