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MIBS20: Other Miami show worth the visit

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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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Lucy Chabot Reed is publisher and founding editor of The Triton.

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