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Fluid Motion, the company behind Cutwater Boats and Ranger Tugs, hosted 400 people aboard 180 boats for a three-day rendezvous at San Juan Island, Washington. The September gathering was the largest in the builder’s history. “Not only do we throw a great party to thank our owners,” says Fluid Motion president John Livingston, “but getting together with them allows us to see firsthand what people are doing with their boats.”

 This article originally appeared in the December 2017 issue.

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