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Triton Spotter: Cover star in Miami

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First Mate John Cramer and the crew of the 102-foot M/Y Acala appeared on the cover of the February Triton, showing off their underwater photography equipment during LMC’s broker day.

Cramer was spottedas that cover star by a fan at Island Gardens Marina during the Miami Yacht Show in February.

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