MIBS20: Other Miami show worth the visitFeb 15, 2020 by Lucy Chabot Reed
Although there are few, if any, brokerage yachts or crew there, the Miami International Boat Show on Virginia Key still holds a wealth of knowledge and access to dozens of vendors and subcontractors that work on crewed yachts.
We visited a few that support The Triton to say hi and catch up.
Photos by Lucy Reed
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