Connecticut show returns in April

The 2016 show will be held April 2-3 at the Greenwich Water Club in the town’s Cos Cob section.

In the eight years since it began, Connecticut’s Greenwich Boat Show has grown.

The 2016 show will be held April 2-3 at the Greenwich Water Club in the town’s Cos Cob section. The show will run 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on both days.

Organizers said the in-water show will offer free sea trials and there will be more than 110 boats representing 42 brands from 18 dealers this year.

Boaters looking for high-end luxury vessels will be able to test such brands as Chris-Craft, Tiara, Bavaria Yachts, Jeanneau, Back Cove, Southport Boats, MJM, Carver and Formula. They’ll also be able to try yachts from Sabre, Hunt Yachts, Vanquish, Galeon, Meridian and Sealine.

Anglers can test sportfishing boats from Everglades, Scout, Grady-White, Pursuit, Cape Horn, Boston Whaler and Regulator. They’ll also get to try fishing boats from Sea Pro, Release, EdgeWater, Sea Fox, World Cat and Robalo.

Families looking for a cruising boat can try such brands as Sea Ray, Monterey, Carolina Cat, Chaparral, Regal and Four Winns, and pontoon boats from Premier Pontoons and Bennington.


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