The Cartagena International Boat Show grew exponentially in its second year as attendance rose 165 percent, from 1,300 in its inaugural year to 3,455 this year.
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The March 22-24 Cartagena International Boat Show grew exponentially in its second year, with a 165 percent rise in attendance from 1,300 in its inaugural year to 3,455 this year.