Boat show roundup

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The Southwest Florida Marine Industries Association is holding the Fort Myers Spring Boat Show Thursday through Sunday at the Lee Civic Center.

Hundreds of boats from all the area's major dealers will be on display indoors and outdoors. Inside the civic center and outside along the lake are displays of all kinds of boating accessories.

New this year is "Boat Show Bucks!" With each admission, show patrons will receive two "Boat Show Bucks" discount coupons. These coupons may each be redeemed for $5 off a purchase $25 or more at any booth displaying "Boat Show Bucks redeemable here" sign.

Click here for information.

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Boat Shows At Home was recently launched.

The site currently features New England dealers, though organizers are working to sign up dealers from all markets. The site is expected to grow on a weekly basis.

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The Biggest In-Water Used Boat Show will be held on March 27-28 at Clarks Landing's Shady Side Marine Center in Maryland.

The show will offer boat buyers a tremendous selection of used boats at one convenient 13-acre location on Parrish Creek in Southern Anne Arundel County. More than 70 quality pre-owned boats will be on display.

Boat buyers can choose from used Sea Rays, Carvers, Four Winns, Regals, Cruisers, Silvertons, Bayliners, Formulas, Rinkers and more. Bank repossessions also are available.

Admission is free.

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