Annapolis sail show returns in April

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The Annapolis Spring Sailboat Show will run from April 25-27 with nearly 80 new and brokerage sailboats on display.

The show will feature several debuts, including the North American debut of the Bavaria Cruiser 33 from Bavaria Yachts. Almost 300 hulls of the new Cruiser 33 design have been sold globally since its introduction a little more than a year ago.

Highlights also include more than 100 nautical land exhibitors; Surfset Exercise classes and standup paddleboard demos, both through Mantra Fit; and door prizes donated by sponsors and exhibitors.

The show runs concurrently with the April 24-27 Cruisers University, which includes instruction, education materials, evening social hours and admission to the Annapolis Spring Sailboat Show.

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