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Custom yacht open house, flea market on tap

To jump-start the season, Jersey Cape Custom Yachts in Lower Bank, N.J., will hold an open house and fisherman's flea market Saturday.

The flea market will feature an array of marine parts, equipment, tools and supplies (new and used) as well as boats, marine electronics, fishing tackle, with engine manufacturers, insurance and financing representatives on hand.

Industry anchors such as Raritan Engineering and Ocean Yachts, along with local manufacturers and sales representatives, are participating and will have items on sale.

A display of new and used boats, factory tours, children's entertainment, food and refreshments are all part of the event.

Vendor space is still available. For information, call Jersey Cape Custom Yachts at (866) 401-3474.

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