Bay Bridge Show Starts Tomorrow


The Bay Bridge Boat Show, which combines the Annapolis Spring Sailboat Show and Bay Bridge powerboat event, opens tomorrow and runs through the weekend at Bay Bridge Marina in Stevensville, Md.


The in-water, in-person show will follow health and safety protocols as determined by local and state officials, and all attendees must wear masks. Complete safety guidelines can be found here.

Free daily seminars include “Boat Buying 101” and dock and line handling classes. A demo dock will include pontoons, jetboats, e-powered dinghies, RIBs, bowriders and more. Click here for the complete lineup.

The Limestone Boat Co. L-200CC — the first new model from the relaunched builder — will debut at the show.

The Limestone Boat Co. L-200CC — the first new model from the relaunched builder — will debut at the show.

Tickets must be purchased in advance of the show.


MRAA Board Contributes to BoatPAC

Every board member contributed to the non-partisan political action committee, which works with congressional members who recognize the importance of boating.

Educator Training Conference Agenda Announced

The ABYC Foundation’s virtual conference is scheduled for July 20-22, with speakers covering a host of topics around creating the future workforce.

RIMTA Awarded $30K Grant

The financial support will go toward its fiberglass boat recycling pilot project.

Sandy Hook Yacht Sales adds Intrepid

The dealership and brokerage firm has six locations in New Jersey and Florida.

Everglades Expands Executive Team

The Edgewater, Fla.-based manufacturer adds positions in finance, sales and marketing and operations.

Heed Caution While Refueling

Ethanol can be back in a big way, and insufficent labeling at the pumps could lead to problems for your marine powerplant. And the MRAA’s voices support for the 30 by 30 initaitive.

Training the Next Generation

Crest Pontoons will donate a complete boat and trailer to a local high school’s raffle to raise money for its vocational programs.

An “Above Average” Hurricane Season

BoatUS wants to help boaters get ready for the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season, which begins June 1.