Thursday, October 20, 2011

This Weekend's Boat Shows Include Long Beach, Boston, Croatia and More

International boat shows dominate the calendar this weekend, but if you're in the United States, Long Beach and Boston are the places to be...
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Each Thursday we tell you about all the weekend's boat shows and nautical events so that if you can't get out on the water, at least you can still be around boats. There's nothing like a boat show in Fall, and this weekend's events include several international boat shows, as well as nautical events on each coast of the United States, specifically in Beantown and southern California.
Feel free to jump right to our calendar of boat shows at FirstBoat, or continue reading the Daily Boater to see where the boat shows are happening this weekend...

This Weekend's Boating Events
Long Beach Yacht and Boat Show
The west coast has its first boat show in a while, running Thursday through Sunday this weekend in southern California.

North of Boston Boat Sale and Expo
This is a brand new event in Wilmington, Mass, put on by the same people that used to run the now-defunct Boston Fall Boat Show.

Head Of The Charles
Not quite a boat show, but if you're in Boston, the Charles River is the place to be this weekend.

Athens International Boat Show
Yes, this Greek show is STILL going on at Athens International Airport. It concludes on Sunday.

Istanbul Shop and Miles Boat Show
Turkey has a boat show, and it began Wednesday and runs through this weekend.

Biograd Boat Show
Croatia also has a boat show, running today through this Sunday at Kornati Marina.

China (Shenzhen) International Boat Show
China, of course, has a boat show, and it, too, is this weekend. It is going on now through this Sunday.
Event Details, Directions, and More
As always, there are more details about these boating events - including links to the official websites - on our calendar of boat shows. If we missed an event in this article or on our calendar, please send us an email - - or post it on the Daily Boater Facebook page.


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