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Delta 60 Open

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Some boats don’t always call to you at a boat show, some grow on you as you spend more time aboard or clear an inlet. But I was immediately impressed with the 60 Open, the latest iteration of the all-carbon-fiber vessels from Delta Powerboats, which made her debut at the Ft. Lauderdale Boat Show this past year.

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