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Lake Erie show returns this month

The Progressive Insurance Catawba Island Boat Show on Lake Erie in Port Clinton, Ohio, is set to run April 29 to May 1.

The Progressive Insurance Catawba Island Boat Show on Lake Erie in Port Clinton, Ohio, is set to run April 29 to May 1.

In its 12th year, the in-water show is held at the Catawba Island Club and is viewed as the kick-off event for the boating season on Lake Erie, according to the Lake Erie Marine Trades Association.

This year's edition will be the largest, with more than 100 power- and sailboats and dozens of accessories displays. Preowned boats are included.

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