Date set for 14th annual Lyman boat show

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The 14th annual Classic Lyman and Antique Boat Show will be held July 31 to Aug. 2 in Boothbay Harbor, Maine.

Originally set up as a rendezvous for Lyman Boat owners, this year's event has been expanded to include owners of other antique and classic boats.

"If you have a classic Chris-Craft or Hacker, Thompson, White or any other antique vessel, we hope you'll come to Boothbay Harbor this August," said Philip Yasinski, rendezvous coordinator, in a statement. "Of course, we aren't expecting a fleet of restored Trumpys or Elcos to show up, but we would be delighted to welcome them if they want to join in the fun."

This year's event includes a number of activities, beginning with an open house at Edgecomb Boat Works and a welcome dinner July 31 at Carousel Marina's Whales Tales Restaurant. The rendezvous is set for Aug. 1 at the Boothbay Harbor Yacht Club.

On Aug. 2, owners are invited to attend the Annual Ship Builders Festival at Ship Builders Park, Ocean Point Marina and Hodgdon Brothers Yacht Yard in East Boothbay.

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