Cape Cod show returns in May

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The second annual Red Brook Harbor Boat Show will visit Cape Cod’s largest marina May 17 at Kingman Yacht Center in Bourne, Mass.

More than 50 exhibitors will bring products and services to boaters at the event, which The Enterprise Newspapers is sponsoring. It will be held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The show is free to the public. It offers demonstration rides, seminars, product demonstrations and new and used boats for sale.

“This really is a cooperative effort by everyone involved to kick off the season in a big way,” David Foynes, of Fatty Knees Boat Co., said in a statement. “Everyone I’ve talked to, from boatbuilders to nonprofits and potential visitors, is looking forward to getting out of winter and into this show.”

Other exhibitors include Raymarine, Hyannis Marina, Buzzards Bay Yacht Sales, Sabre Yachts, Back Cove Yachts, Bayliner, Simrad, Seaside Wine and Spirits, B&G, Boston Yacht Sales and Yellowfin Fishing Boats.

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