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Triton Expo

We are making plans for the next Triton Expo, to be held April 17 from 5-8 p.m. in the parking lot in front of West Marine Pro.

Triton Expo is a powerful networking event that brings together about 50 companies that provide the goods and services crew need. It’s filled with fun, creative people, food and drinks, and music. And it’s all free for yacht captains, crew and industry professionals. Join us!

These companies have already signed up to exhibit. All we need is you!!

Admiral Canvas
Atlantic Radio Telephone
Bellissima Luxury and Fine Art Services
Cotton Crews
DRSA
Environmental Marine Services
Humphree
Interior Technology Services
Island Marine Electric
KVH Superyacht Group
Maritime Professional Training MPT
Medical Support Offshore MSOS
National Marine Suppliers NMS
Network Innovations
Professional Yachtmaster Training PYT
RMK Merrill Stevens
RPM Diesel / Diesel Services of America
Universal Marine Center

The last Triton Expo in October attracted about 1,000 captains, crew and industry folks for a great evening of networking, learning and fun. Click here to see photos.

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