New In-Water Boat Show Coming to Cape Cod
April 2, 2013
The first-ever Red Brook Harbor Boat Show will be hosted by Kingman Yacht Center on Saturday, May 18 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. in Bourne, Massachusetts.
|Cape Cod Sailing School|
|Old Sigh Race Series|
|Dealand & Gibson Marine Insurance|
|Hyannis Marina/Zecco Marine (Sea Ray/Key West)|
|Seaside Wine and Sprits|
|Fatty Knees Boats|
|Smith Yacht Sales (Southport/Patten Picnic Boats)|
|Save Buzzards Bay|
|Crawford Boat Building|
|Buzzards Bay Yacht Sales|
|Wenaumet Bluffs Boatworks|
|SeaTow Buzzards Bay|
|Philthy Lou Charters|
|Yellowfin Fishing Boats|
|Philthy Lou Sportfishing|
The free event will feature more than 50 exhibitors, who will present their products and services directly to boaters, where they live and play.
Demo rides will be available, along with educational seminars, product demonstrations, new and used boat sales, and plenty to do and see for the whole family.
Kingman Yacht Center is donating the site for the event, with the exhibitors kicking in to cover the costs of advertising and promotion.
“This really is a cooperative effort by everyone involved to kick off the season in a big way,” says David Foynes, whose Fatty Knees Boat Company was one of the first exhibitors to sign on.
“Everyone I’ve talked to from boatbuilders to non-profits and potential visitors is looking forward to getting out of winter and into this show!”
Whether you are considering buying a boat, interested in exhibiting, just looking, or just looking to spend a few hours talking boats on the waterfront, The Red Brook Harbor Boat Show promises a unique boating experience that will whet your appetite for the summer ahead.
For more information and directions, please visit Kingman Yacht Center by CLICKING HERE.
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