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The Baltimore Inner Harbor Boat Show is Around the Corner


The Baltimore Inner Harbor Boat Show, powered by Trawlerfest, featuring hands-on seminars, cocktail parties, and an in-water boat show with a variety of vessels, including power and sail, will be held from September 29 through October 3.

The show, which will be held at the Harbor East Marina on International Drive in Downtown Baltimore and will include more than 25 vessels between 25 and 70 feet, will be an opportunity for boat owners and prospective buyers to hone their boating skills or to find their next boat. In-water vessels will include models from Krogen Express, North Pacific, Burger, Cutwater, Ranger Tugs and others.

Powerboaters and sailors alike will have access to a wealth of industry experts, from manufacturers to experienced cruisers, including Nigel Calder, Steve Zimmerman, Annie Dike, and others.

Trawlerfest is owned and operated by Active Interest Media, the parent company of Soundings. 

For more information about the boat show and to buy tickets, click here.

To read about one of the featured boats, the Fleming 55, read Like a Fine Wine from Soundings magazine.



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