L’Annapolis Sailboat Show, c’est du 12 au 15 octobre !

12 septembre, 2023

Des marins du monde entier se rassemblent chaque année en octobre dans le magnifique centre-ville d’Annapolis pour l’Annapolis Sailboat Show.

Cette célébration annuelle de la voile se passe sur les quais où se côtoient des voiliers de fabricants du monde entier. Multicoques, monocoques, croiseurs, coureurs, dériveurs et bien plus encore. Des chapiteaux bordent le rivage où sont présentés les derniers équipements et accessoires nautiques, de l’électronique, du matériel de communication, des voiles, du gréement, de l’éducation, des compagnies de charter, des clubs et plus encore.

Les marins chevronnés et novices sont invités à élargir leurs horizons et à se connecter avec d’autres marins lors de ce spectacle de renommée internationale.

En savoir plus à https://annapolisboatshows.com/sailboat-show/

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