Opening of the 48th Annapolis boat show

Opening Annapolis

Oct 12, 2017

Attracting over 50,000 visitors every year, the 48th United States sailboat show opens today and runs through October 9th.

As the first in-the-water show in 1970 and now in 2017 as the last all-sail in-water show it is the largest in their history in terms of square footage.

New this year is the American Sailing Summit featuring a large variety of learning opportunities for wannabe sailors, running until October 12th.

You will also find the largest collection of multihulls in the world exhibited here.

The Moorings and Sunsail held a press conference to announce the opening of two new destinations and the December 9th reopening of their BVI destination!!
– KCN

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